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Pipe Clamps

by Theorist, published

Pipe Clamps by Theorist Nov 5, 2012

Description

These are meant for building structures from pipes; furniture, railing, etc. Designed as a cheaper alternative to the metal clamps and fittings made by companies like Kee Klamp and Alvin Industrial.

Here are some things made with pipe clamps:
simplifiedbuilding.com/projects/photos/

Disclaimer:
I have no affiliation with the aforementioned companies. I take no responsibility for what you do with the files I have provided.

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I'm curious about that, myself! I don't have a printer at my disposal, but maybe someone who does can test it. I might round off some of the corners for more strength. I'm hoping that building furniture like beds, desks, tables with solid structural designs would be more than strong enough to be functional.
Thats a very nice idea! how is the solidity?

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Instructions

1.) Scale to size. These have an inner diameter of two inches, but can be scaled to fit the pipe that you're using. For size reference, you can use the pipe size chart halfway down this page:
simplifiedbuilding.com/store/components/kee-lite/l25-three-socket-tee.html

2.) Print!

3.) Attach hose clamps around the round sections of the clamps to hold the pipe in place. These can be purchased for very cheap on eBay and through other outlets.

4.) Please share completed works, improvements, and suggestions!
Thats a very nice idea! how is the solidity?
I'm curious about that, myself! I don't have a printer at my disposal, but maybe someone who does can test it. I might round off some of the corners for more strength. I'm hoping that building furniture like beds, desks, tables with solid structural designs would be more than strong enough to be functional.
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