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WTB: Removal Tool for T3 10" Wall Mount


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Small problem here bought a used T3 10” without removal tool.

Would be good to have the tool when we mount this screen, otherwise not easy to remove if needed.

Anyone has a spare that he wants to sell.

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5 hours ago, RyanE said:

I'm guessing a lot of people either have one, or know someone who does...

:)

RyanE

I'm guessing you're likely overestimating how 'common' 3D household printers are. 😄 What, global sales of 3D printers industrial and personal is going to be around the 15 million total sold units now?

It's expanding and fast, but it's not exactly a household item.

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10 hours ago, Cyknight said:

I'm guessing you're likely overestimating how 'common' 3D household printers are. 😄 What, global sales of 3D printers industrial and personal is going to be around the 15 million total sold units now?

It's expanding and fast, but it's not exactly a household item.

Probably, but I have more than 1 fairly non-technical neighbor who has one.

Also, you can order printed parts online if you have a design (Shapeways, others), although of course, that's a lot more expensive than finding an actual removal tool...

:)

RyanE

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7 hours ago, mstafford388 said:

I probably have one laying around.  I'm working out of town until friday, shoot me a message friday night or saturday to remind me to check.  

Thanks will do 👍🏼👍🏼

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14 hours ago, tcwalker5 said:

Going back to the 3d printer comments.  With the ability to send prints online for almost nothing, it can be an approachable solution.

Does anyone have a sketch with the dimensions?  I'm happy to build it in CAD and make the .stl file available to anyone who needs it.

I could ship you mine so you could take measurements.  Once you finish you could ship it back.  Does that work?

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