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tanmayburde shared on Thingiverse:
Modular Shoe Rack – 3030 Extrusion
A simple shoe rack system built around a single piece of 3030 Aluminium Extrusion. I was just playing around with a simple design that doesn’t use too much filament and a spare bit of extrusion I had.
There is a posibility of creating additional levels using a second piece of extrusion!
You will need M4x25mm countersunk screws and M4 T-Nuts for each part.
I can upload a STEP or IGES file if requested
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