One of my office monitors started making odd noises and showing crazy artifacts. It got to the point of being un-usable, so I replaced it. The pair was 5 years old and they don’t sell that model any more. The cheap replacement I bought didn’t come in the same height and neither monitor had height adjustability. A black circular disk printed at the right thickness matched the two screens up well. A copious sprinkling of office desk clutter helps camouflage the printed lifter.
There is going to be a lot of power and low voltage routing going on at the new house. I have been practicing with my oscillating multi tool to get the cutouts just right. A set of tracing templates would help. It turns out low voltage and high voltage boxes are slightly different sizes. Who knew?
They are pretty simple. Color coded and labeled for their intended use, and thick enough to balance a bullet level on top. Mark where you want the box to go, trace out the square, cut and install.
I picked up a laser range finder to help out with all the flooring and other work at the new house. It is really amazingly accurate, but leaves something lacking. There is no case. The delicate output window for the laser is unprotected, and so is the screen. A sock or super basic nylon case would have been helpful. No worries, I printed my own, and shared it on Thingiverse.
Our new place has a bigger yard and that requires a bigger mower. I found a riding mower to act as my trusty yard steed. It fulfills all of my boyhood fantasies of owning a riding mower except one. The cup holder. Basically it doesn’t hold my RTIC cup. I fixed that with a little Husqy orange liner. Can’t go losing your drink every time you hit a bump.