This is an OpenSCAD library to make pegboard bases so you can hang your things on your pegboard. I saw several hooks and bases floating around, but none were parametric to make it work with what you have at home.
To use it in your own designs, it's just:
use <Parametric Pegboard Base.scad>;
pegboard_base(cols, rows, hole_center_to_center, peg_height, base_depth, hole_size, peg_clearance, top_peg_angle);
I've tried to set everything up with sane defaults as well.
The included STLs are just examples of what you can make.
The 5x5 is:
The 2x4 is:
The 3x2 is:
pegboard_base(3, 2, angle = 90)
The 3x5 in:
pegboard_base(3, 5, height = .25 * 25.4)
Unfortunately, due to some quirks around Thingiverse's handling of
rotate_extrude(), this design doesn't work with Customizer. This is also why the top pegs on the SCAD thumbnail don't render right. It all works correctly actually in OpenSCAD.
I print these with support with the hooks sideways so the layers are perpendicular to the pegboard for added strength and an easier fit.
If you print the same orientation I do, you have to do a little cleanup after removing the support material so the pegs fit in the holes, but it's not too bad.