The Stick Vise website has a specs page, but some of the info was not in the drawings. I drew this up in Fusion 360 today to make it easier. These dimensions will give you a starting point for creating custom jaws.
The Ruiz Brothers made this real nice case for the iPad Pro 11″. I have been using one on mine since I got it. But it was missing the cutouts for speakers and microphones. I was able to find the Apple Accessory Design Guidelines and get the dimensions and placement of these items.
Using the Fusion 360 files provided in the Adafruit Learn Guide I was then able to add these features. My remix of the design is available on Thingiverse if you would like to print it.
I got a Stickvise a while ago. Its a simple to use low profile pcb vise. The great part about it though is that its hackable. You can create your own jaw designs for it and attach them. The website has a hack your vise section.
I used the provided specs to make these jaws. They allow me to hold an Adafruit Circuit Playground board. This gets the board off of my messy bench to prevent any shorts. I designed it in Autodesk Fusion 360 and printed it out on my Lulzbot Taz 6.
In 2017 hackster.io ran a contest with Make called Make:’s Magically Mathematical Pi Day Contest. The theme was to make something Pi related. I made this game that tested how many digits of Pi you could remember. My entry won first prize.
I found this old intercom at an estate sale a few weeks ago. This week I took the insides of an Amazon Dash Wand and put them in to the intercom. Now when I press the talk button I can ask Alexa questions or control my home automation items such as the tv and thermostat.
Over the weekend I made a new Instructables guide for a Weather Forecast Cloud. It uses some neopixels cut off of a reel and a Raspberry Pi Zero. I am working on the code for other devices such as Raspberry Pi Sense hat and Pimoroni Blinkt. I will be putting the code up on GitHub later today once I clean it up some and test it.