Brandon M-717C Magnetic Mirror Handle


Summary My wife accidentally dropped her magnifying mirror, and had to go to Sally's to buy a replacement. She was so afraid of breaking the new one that she kept it in the original packaging and used the cardboard as a handle. Well. I would have nothing to do with that! So I drafted up this little baby and she is as happy as a clam. There is a metal framed shelf in the bathroom that it sticks to for hand free examination of her pores. Exciting stuff. The neodymium magnet holds really well, but not so much that it can't be removed. To remove the mirror, hold it upside down over a pillow, and cast down with a fast jerking motion that stops quickly. Maximum deceleration pops it right out onto the pillow. Print Settings Printer Brand: FlashForge Printer: Creator Pro Rafts: No Supports: No Infill: 25% or less is fine. Notes: I added grippy bumps, but not on the bottom so that it would print flat.

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