X-Risers


#1

This is a super simple design, but I figured I’d share and maybe save someone else the 20 min it took to figure out measurements and design them. :wink:

These are risers (cut from 1/8" stock) that take up pretty minimal space when not in use. They’re sized for a crumb tray depth of 1.367"; one set for materials between 0.5" and 1.0" thick, and the other for materials between 1" and 1.5".

The itty bitty gray spot right here is the SVG file —> Risers

Here’s what they look like:


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#2

Looking for the grey spot/SVG file is a great game. Unfortunately I didn’t win! Is it there for anyone else?

Great idea and thank you for sharing will save me from unsuccessfully stacking shims.


#3

It’s what looks like a quote mark right after the arrow.


#4

Yay, I finally won! Thank you @wesleyjames totally missed it and apologies to @geek2nurse I should really read the discourse manual!


#5

Here’s a bigger version of the svg:

Risers

When you upload a file, discourse puts in markings that look something like ![Risers|20x12](upload://yadayadayada.svg). If you change that 20x12 to something bigger, like 800x480 then the image will take up more visual space.


#6

Aha, good to know, thank you!


#7

Risers look great, thanks for sharing them! :smiley:


#8

Thank you for the file!


#9

Great and simple. Thanks.


#10

Thanks so much, these are terrific!


#11

What great idea. Thanks so much for sharing!


#12

Hey, cool! I like these, will definitely be printing. Here’s a thank-you svg in return -->

I like this game! :grin:


#13

Great idea. Thanks.

I think I’ll make them out of cardboard so they’re even more disposable. The draft material would be if I wanted a more permanent solution.


#14

Thanks so much…I appreciate the share and the end product!


#15

yep. I always just add a 0 on the end of each measurement. Easier than doing the math to make it some other factor bigger :slight_smile:

(My 3rd grade teacher would freak at that statement :wink: )


#16

Goof. <3


#17

i am late to the party here can someone give me a clue how to get the file to open the SVg not getting anything to open


#18

Right click on the SVG file and choose Save As to download it to your desktop. (It’s the tiny gray dot in the first post, or the larger version in @markwal’s post.)


#19

thank you must have been too tired last evening


#20

Yep! Been there,etc. etc. :smile: