3D Printing, Maker

Today’s Functional Print: Adjustable Shelving Leg Inserts

In today’s adjustable shelving news, I’ve printed an insert to join two vertical sections of a boltless adustable shelving unit.

The part looks like this, pictured next to an original:

To make it easier to print, I split it into halves and nested the parts, printing four full inserts at a time:

The shelving unit it gets installed into looks something lie this:


The piece gets installed between the vertical sections of the shelving unit, keeping them aligned:

I couldn’t find the brand name of these exact shelves, but it’s similar to this Hirsh model, and I’m pretty sure it came from Costco.

The SketchUp files (full, printable) and STLs (full, printable) are available in my 3D prints GitHub repo.


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