Customizable Shelf/Drawer Bracket
by marcsulf, published
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Simple little bracket for supporting a shelf or drawer bottom. This is fully parametric and customizable.
For the basic one, just download the .STL and print it. If you want to get fancy, you can customize it.
Here are the parameters:
//Width of bracket.
width = 15; // [2:25]
//Lenght of side reinforcement triangles.
side_len = 27.5; // [5:50]
//Height of side reinforcement triangles.
side_ht = 14.5; // [5:50]
//Length of horizontal base.
length = 30; // [5:50]
//Height of vertical base.
up_ht = 17.75; // [5:50]
//Thickness of base and side.
thick = 2; // [0.25:2.5]
//Thickness of side reinforcement triangles.
side_thk = 1.75; // [0.25:2.5]
//Radius of corner fillets.
fillet_rad = 3.25; // [0.5:5]
//Distance between end of horizontal base and center of horizontal hole.
base_hole_gap = 4.5; // [1:10]
//Distance between top of vertical base and center of vertical hole.
side_hole_gap = 5.25; // [1:10]
//Short axis (diameter) of screw holes.
hole_dia = 6.75; // [1:10]
//Long axis (length) of screw holes.
hole_wid = 9.75; // [2:20]
//Fudge factor to ensure overlaps.
dt = 0.1; // [0.001,0.01,0.1]
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Customizable Shelf/Drawer Bracket by marcsulf is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.
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