This was a fun 3D Printing project I threw together when I needed a mount for my Garmin 530 on my Canyon MTB. The Canyon mounts were out of stock and backordered for months, so I designed and printed a clone.
Reminiscing and looking back on this, its strange tho think that I have had a SAP Community or Forum account since my late teens … Multiple TechEd events, talks, blogs, being a SAP Mentor, a job at SAP, friends, colleagues, and most recently a part of the SAP Champion program has been a personally rewarding commitment over the last 20 odd years … #timeflies
I had a lot of fun chatting to Paul Modderman and James Wood on the Bowdark Podcast … if you are interested in what we are doing at SAP and our internal enterprise mobility strategy, check it out here: https://switchedon.bowdark.com/podcast-episode-mobilize-all-the-things-with-paul-aschmann-bfbcc8b33f96
This was a challenging 3D printing project which I designed and built for my 2013 Giant Trinity. This was a 20 hour print using Fusion 360 for CAD. The challenging part was get the seat and seat tube profile to perfectly match the bike.