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Published on April 17th, 2014 | by maxvo


JANSJO Mounting Bracket

JANSJO lights are a great versatile and cheap source of light, but not the right choice for every desk. This 3D printed mounting bracket makes it suitable for smaller desks and workbenches.



1 x 3D Printed Jansjo Bracket (or download file here)
2 x Screws

How To

Print the files at a Hub in your neighbourhood or on your own printer. Printing in ABS is the best option since PLA wears out over time. The print quality and layer height is not of huge importance for this print and should not dramatically effect the overall ease of use. Once printed, simply take the lid of the lamp’s base and unscrew the lamp. Screw it back in place on the bracket holder and use two additional screws to attach them to your workbench.

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4 Responses to JANSJO Mounting Bracket

  1. maxvo says:

    This is the JANSJO version without the clamp, we just removed the base. :)

  2. Linda says:

    What did you do with the clamp? Actually looking for the clamp is what got me here.

  3. 3DEE says:

    Or buy the clamp version of the Jansjo and clamp it on to that bit of wood you’ve screwed your fancy 3D printed thing on to. It’s a lot easier, more flexible and judging from a quick look at quotes for printing that base, a lot cheaper.

  4. Michelle says:

    If only we all had 3D printers available to us to make custom parts. The hacking possibilities would be endless!

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