Cabinet Catcher Parts

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Cabinet Catcher Parts by matrhint Oct 20, 2012
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This is a design I made in order to keep the cabinet doors closed. There are other designs her on thingiverse, but I designed this before I figured out what it was called.


Print off the number of sets you will need, clean them up, make sure they will come apart with some pulling, and then screw them onto the door and onto the cabinet frame.

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I made a pair. I found them too tight as well. I'm using ABS plastic, by the way.

 the idea is good,
i suspect it needs some tweaking.
I think the sharp edges on the arrow will wear
rounding them might minimize the issue.

Yeah, it makes it a little tight, but I assumed the plastic would wear down after a short time--so far they haven't yet.