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Pegboard Tool Holders 2; Screwdrivers, Snips, Pliers, Misc

by TyCreek Apr 2, 2018
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These are the F'in Best! I printed one and soon realized I needed more! This is why I <3 3D printing!

Printing a ton of these to organize my pegboard. Thanks for all the work. Any chance of uploading the source files? I need a screwdriver mount that's got a slightly larger slot for some of my really big tools.

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Hi Ty,

Can you make a set of these for 4mm pegbard holes? Either that or if you can share the fusion files that would be much appreciated.

Thanks for the awesome design. Could you please upload the drawings? I have to adapt it a little bit to fit my pegboard

Printed the driver 6 slot x 30 and one 40x15 slot and one 20x50.
While all 3 prints took a lot of manipulation to get into the peg board, they all finally fit. I think the hook may need to be a tad longer off the part so the part itself doesnt hang on the board. I reference these as examples of what i mean

That said, I've loaded my various nips and pliers on them, and im very happy. Great work!

The driver 6slot doesnt really work for me. I think the drivers i have are too small of a handle and they all flip over and fall out. Its probably just the tooks i use.

When you printed PegBoardBox40x35.stl did it use support, or is the pyramid bottom to avoid that?

Peg board accessories
Peg board holder for 6 screwdrivers
by jww

Thanks for the feedback! Yes, I try to avoid using supports and tapered bottoms favor bridging. Though in this case the shape of the tire gauge had some to do with it too. If I wanted a square/flat bottom, I'd print in 2 pieces and epoxy them together afterward. My Milwaukee post has an example of this with the battery holders.

For sure, the slotted driver holders don't work well for handles without a nice flat resting surface. The reason for slots was side in/out eliminating overhead space the holed type holders required. Both types are in use for my tools partly because of that observation.

I find it interesting that prints took manipulation to get into the pegboard. Wonder if some bridge sag in that print area has something to do with it? Because inversely, I've been thinking about making the hook thicker toward the board side and the peg a mm shorter actually, for a tighter back grip on some of the holder models with heavy tools.