Brackets for HarborFreight Storage Boxes

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Brackets for HarborFreight Storage Boxes by Elproducts Jun 23, 2017


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I designed this custom mounting bracket in Tinkercad and printed it on my Creality CR-10. The settings I used were 0.3 layer, 30% fill, Inland Black PLA.
They worked great.
See it in detail in this video:https://youtu.be/G7RjHgzJGA8

HarborFreight Box: Item#95807

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Very nice! Thank you for sharing and I was sure to subscribe to your youtube channel. I made a trip to Harbor Freight today and bought me 10 of these boxes. I'm printing the brackets as we speak so I'll be sure to post some pics when all complete. This will hopefully get me a bit more organized in my man cave, wife likes that part :). I'm using Fusion360 and Solidworks myself, but Tinkercad looks like it can be pretty good for these quick projects, thank you for sharing how you made your model, very much appreciated!

That's a really nice project. I started out with tinkercad went to 123d and now am designing in Fusion 360. I would highly recommend Fusion, it is well worth the learning curve.