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Category: Upper Extremity Disabilities

Jelly Bean Switch on Loc-Line

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The Jelly Bean Switch on Loc-Line is designed for use by people with upper extremity disabilities. This device is a Loc-Line holder for a 2.5 inch Jelly Bean switch. This is for the three hole switch and the holder allows the switch wire to be placed inside the Loc-Line and away from potential damage. For the switches without the 3 holes just Velcro the switch to the top. Uses a ¾ inch NPT threaded Loc-Line starter to connect to the holder. If the loc-line is too long (20+ inches) the user may have to use an 1/2 to 3/4 loc-line adapter as the 3/4 loc-line can handle more weight without moving. The two half's just press fit together.

Technical Specifications: 

Material: 3D printing material

Dimensions: 2.5 inch diameter and loc-line 20+ inches.  

Weight: Lightweight.

Color: Red, black and blue.

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07/23/2018
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Jelly Bean Switch on Loc-Line

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Thingiverse
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What is Thingiverse? MakerBot's Thingiverse is a thriving design community for discovering, making, and sharing 3D printable things. As the world's largest 3D printing community, we believe that everyone should be encouraged to create and remix 3D things, no matter their technical expertise or previous experience. In the spirit of maintaining an open platform, all designs are encouraged to be licensed under a Creative Commons license, meaning that anyone can use or alter any design. How Can I Get Involved? The best way to get involved with Thingiverse is to try your hand at 3D designing. Thingiverse isn't just of designers, engineers, or CAD drawing experts: anyone can learn. But that's not the only way to participate... Gaining street cred can be as simple as posting your "makes" (prints of an existing design), or creating your own mod template for your favorite 3D design in Customizer, our first app that uses the Thingiverse API.
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