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Parametric L Bracket for any size you want
by GeoDave, published
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I made the Customized version easier to use with sliders for adjusting the variables
Make an L Bracket to just the size you want.
I needed 4 L brackets for a table I am building & decided to take this a little farther & make it parametric. You can also open this in the customizer.
There are 16 possible variables. I uploaded 3 different brackets to show you some possibilities. You can make it any Length, Width, Height & thickness you want. You can also drill 1, 2 or 4 holes in each leg of the L of whatever size screw you are using.
After initially uploading this, I found another variable to add. I made 2 variables for the thickness of either Leg instead of just 1 thickness variable for both legs, so each leg can be a different thickness from the other.
I added a visual of 1/2" & 3/4" wood that the screws go into, so you can check the length of screws you need.
For better description of what most of the variables are, see the dimensioned photo in the gallery.
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