Simple pumpkin into two parts, opening to pick up objects or coins or phone battery charger.
- opening lid;
- a hole in the back allows the passage of cables inside;
- a chamfer allows the exit of cables (with the lid closed) as a usb hub, charging betterie phone or camera, etc. ...
Perfect for use on the desk in your home or in your office!
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Step 1: Pumpkin Shape
model a pumpkin or use the template to this page:
Step 2: Create the Opening Lid
Create a plan and use the plan to cut the model into two parts.
Step 3: Create the Chamfer for Cables
Create a cylinder and positioned intersecting the model.
Use the cylinder to cut the model.
The chamfer will serve to bring out the cables on the front of the pumpkin, under the lid.
Step 4: Create the Exit for Cables
Used still a cylinder that bisects the model, to create a hole in the back of the pumpkin.
The hole will serve to let the cables inside the pumpkin from the outside.
Make sure the hole is at the bottom and aligned along the axis with the chamfer of the preceding step.
Step 5: Final: Add Your Own Usb Cables
Print the project and add your own usb cables or battery charger inside the pumpkin.
- USB extension
- USB hub
- phone charger
- camera charger
- coin tray
- another use...
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