Shared by la_mecanique on Thingiverse:
I needed a pliers rack that held pliers upright to save drawer space. These exist but were way too expensive. Snap-On and Lisle versions would have cost several hundred dollars for enough to fill my tool drawer.
This version is designed for a quick easy print. Just less than 1 hour per section at 0.25mm layers. Print as many as you need, they connect together almost like Lego. I believe it would be much stronger if they were glued, but will them all together filling an entire tool drawer from one side to the other, they may not need to be.
There are 2 STL files included. One with pegs to connect to the next, and one without pegs to be used as an end piece.
This is published version 1. I went through a few versions before hand, and it still needs some work. Sometimes, I have to file the snap connectors to get them to fit. If you have any suggestions, then please message me.
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