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Wire Shelving Labels
Snap-in labelling for wire shelving such as Rubbermaid HomeFree or FastTrackFor your home
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Snap-in labelling for wire shelving such as Rubbermaid(R) HomeFree(TM) or FastTrack(R).
If you have a wire shelving system like this installed, and you happen to be obsessed with labelling things like I am, then you need these. These label panels are designed to snap into the front of shelves so that you have a place to attach an adhesive label (or, if you're so inclined, to write or paint something on). The STL files are designed for wire shelving on a 1/2" grid. If your shelving has different dimensions, an OpenSCAD file is provided so you can adjust to your needs.
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Materials and methods
I printed my shelving labels using eSUN Bright White PLA+, which gives enough flexibility to snap in and secure very well to the front of the shelves, although other semi-flexible plastics such as PETG should also work just fine. Pretty much anything which is not particularly brittle.
As for printing settings, I printed these with fairly thick layers and printed the "horizontal" variant so that the side on the glass faces forward. This way, the top/bottom infill pattern would show, and the surface would be nearly as flat as the glass. However, I've also attached a "vertical" variant if you'd rather print in that direction - it is the same except for the orientation.
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