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Extrusion shelving system

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3D model description

Here is a simple bracket that makes it possible to build shelving racks out of T-Slot aluminum extrusion. All it does it mounts the extrusion at an offset such that it works as a smooth slide for organizers/containers.

I had some extra Misumi 1515 and some Stanley bin organizers I wanted to stack neatly, Adam Savage style :), so the STL is for that, but the design is customizable if you need to adapt it to other extrusions (1515 is not that strong tbh).

3D printing settings






I recommend printing them out of ABS or stronger; PLA will crack more easily in such a setup.


For Misumi1515/OpenBeam (and the bracket included as a reference) you will need 2x M3 8mm screws and nuts to assemble each bracket.

3D printer file information

  • Design number: 13925
  • 3D design format: STL Folder details Close
    • tslot_rack_fingers.stl

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  • Publication date: 2017-08-28 at 13:40


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