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Joints to make DIY furniture

by martcaset Jun 23, 2017
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Hi,

Are these possible to make with 1.75mm filament diameter?

Could you make one with a single connection bracket? was making multi levels float shelves. but the 90 degrees(two connections) wont look good for the edge(end piece). Thanks

Excelente idea, básicamente lo que he buscado, de casualiad has hecho pruebas de cuento peso soporta si las fijas a la pared?

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Why are the dimensions different?

  • L120 is 19,25mm
  • T90+90 is 18,50mm
  • L90 is 19,00mm
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hi, one question I can print and sell it?

if you think its the same, you need an appointment at the eye doctor.

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Hi !
Very great idea concept !
Thank you !!!

Hey, thanks a lot!!

Anyway I could bother you with to make a costumizable version or a simple 60º one (without the 120º section)?

Hello, i just read this, it wouldnt bother. One of this days i will

If you ever happened to make one of those, I would also love it! I'm finding myself wanting to make triangle display shelves, 60* would be perfect!

what thickness board shoud i use if in the USA?

the boards these were designed around are 0.73in actual. so scaling up a tick should fit 1" common (3/4" actual) board stock (103% if my math is right) gonna try these. Hoping to make a serotonin molecule bookshelf.

PLA or ABS best for this?

use ABS if you value anything your going to put on that shelf

I would reccomend PLA. If you go for PLA dont copy the settings i posted which are for ABS

Im going to assume not PLA, but i would like to know if ABS would work?

This settings are meant for ABS, nevertheless you can use PLA if you adjust the settings right

what settings should be used for PLA

you definitely should go with the highest layer height ( = lowest resolution ) your printer can provide, because higher layers = higher stability.
I also would print it with at 3-4 outline/top/bottom layers and 50% honeycomb infill, since ABS is 3-5 times stronger than PLA.

Thanks! A very interesting design!!!