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Cabinet Hardware Jig
Some people consider 3D printers a novelty item, but they have many practical uses as well. For example, the typical cabinet pull template found at the big box home improvement stores can be very limiting. Get your pull right where you want it with this jig that can be generated on the fly with the dimensions that you specify. No modeling required! Common pull placement guidelines can be found here.
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Wall Plate Cover
If you like keystone-style wall plate covers, you'll love this. Use your 3D printer to create custom wall plates for outlets, switches and a wide variety of communications connectors with this slick model. Simply select the size of the junction box (up to 4-gang) and pick all the ports you want to have and your model file will be generated instantly. The most common type of household 3D printer uses FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) technology to create small plastic objects by melting successive layers atop one another.