This wall-mount USB hub holder was designed for a specific hub to assist with cable management and one-handed plugging or unplugging of USB connections.
This object's STL and Cura file are available for download from Lulzbot, but the one shown here is scaled to 0.6 and about the size of a half-dollar coin. It was a great opportunity to play with dual extrusion and dissolvable support material, and now serves as a pocket fidget tool.
Steph had a cellphone holder but no mount to affix it to their bicycle's handlebars, so they designed and printed this unit. Heat-set inserts and pan-head screws allow the two halves to clamp onto the handlebar, and the spherical attachment was sized for compatibility with the existing phone-holder.
Spalted maple turned into a bowl. Treated with linseed oil.
Rebuilt and re-upholstered seat on Steph's 1993 Yamaha Virago XV750.
Pine, stained and sealed. This custom-built Adirondack chair was constructed from Steph's hand-drafted plates and has graced their outdoor areas since 2010.
Two-tier Red Oak lazy susan. No fasteners. Steph used a CNC router to recess the discs and create a nice edge lip. The slats are biscuit-joined together. This piece has been in Steph's home since 2012 or 2013.
Red Oak and Aspen. Grand total of (8) fasteners, all hidden with plugs of the matching material. Joints are dadoed and rabbeted, and this bar has previously served as a storage unit for a hefty lot of pots, pans and a crockpot too! This piece has been with Steph since around 2013.
Vinyl with pop rivets, retaining strap with snap, and sewn belt loop. Handy for camping trips!
Cabinet-grade birch plywood and pine. An experiment in CNC routing both sides of a sheet good as an alternative to joinery on the tablesaw. All joints are dadoed and the plywood edges are banded with pine.