Change 11-23-2019 - Added some pictures to help with assembly
This is the improved version of my previous miniature holder:
This one has interchangeable clamps that allows it to hold a multitude of different base sizes. I've included clamps for the following:
Games Workshop / Citadel (Indicates mark on base)
25mm Round / Square (25)
25mm Wide Cavalry / Bike Bases (C)
30mm Flying Base (30 F)
32mm Round (32)
35x60mm Oval (35 O)
40mm Round (40)
42mm x 75mm Oval (42 O)
50mm Round (50)
60mm Flying Base (60 F)
60mm Round (60)
30mm Round (P P 30)
40mm Round (P P 40)
50mm Round (P P 50)
30mm Round (M 30)
45mm Round (M 45)
60mm Round (M 60)
70mm x 105mm Oval (M 70 O)
Thanks to labyrinthsecho for the Monolith base measurements.
Tallboy base - almost double the height of the original base, for those who like a longer clamp. Thanks to scottenash for prompting me to finish and publish it as well as providing the picture for it.
If you're going to change clamps often you'll probably want the "with nuts" base designed by oimonline - available here:
It replaces the wood screws with metric nuts and bolts so you don't have to worry about stripping the holes out.
You'll need to print a Holder and Holder w/ Nut as well as two of whichever clamp you need. The clamps have identifying marks on them to help keep them in order.
The 60mm Flying Base and 60mm Round base require different clamps as the 60mm Round base is actually 64mm in diameter.
Like the previous version you'll also need the following hardware:
35mm M3 round head machine screw
16mm / 5/8" Marble
I've included a printable marble. Print two halves and glue them together.
4 x #6 x 1/2 wood screw (M3.5 x 12)
2 pieces of rubber (either rubber splicing tape or bits of rubber band)
Knob - Glue this knob to a M3 x 35mm socket cap screw to make a thumb screw for your base.
The "Screw Hole Template" is there if you want to make your own fittings for this item. Don't print it, use it as cutting tool when making your 3D models to get the hole spacing correct easily.
I'll add more base sizes once I can get accurate measurements - quite a few of the bases are not actually the sizes they are listed as.
I've included a picture that shows what measurements I need.