Since I’ve been around workshops since I was a child, in each of them I started to notice all the DIY tools that everyone makes when they can’t find them in the store. I selected the best ones and designed them to be printable products. So instead of making them from leftovers of materials you have in your workshop, you just press the print button and let the printer do it for you.
I kept myself calm with the shaping. I imagined how they would look if I would put them together from the leftovers. And I designed them in this way. This allowed me to reflect the best of DIY and 3D Printing.
This reminds my my childhood where I was surrounded socialist minimalist industrial design. There was nothing else but pure function. No rounded corners, no organic shapes, just the pure industrial design.
We have created a collection of six types of products, round and square toolboxes, tool for copying silhouettes and shapes, sandpaper holders, centering tool, stacking jars with label and backing triangles.
📐the absolute easiest way to draw a center on anything if you don’t need to spend time measuring and calculating the center
✏️ this simple tool will help you easily transfer any shape and lock it with the thread
toolboxes are the most essential. 🧰 we created them in round, rectangular and square variations. it is also possible to mount a hook on the handle and hang the toolbox anywhere, for example on a ladder
sandpaper is often needed instead of a file. and it needs to be attached to some profile. these magic wands we made even have a handle 💪🏻
these jars can be stacked on top of each other and we created them straight away with a label, thanks to which they can also be perfectly aligned next to each other and simply write on them what they hide