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Multiboard: Modular open-source storage system from the 3D printer

The Multiboard is a modular storage system that relies on 3D printing. The system was developed by Jonathan from the YouTube channel “Keep Making”. According to the developers, the system combines the best features of existing systems such as perforated panels and modular boxes. The Multiboard panels can be mounted horizontally, vertically or free-standing practically anywhere. They have both perforated plate holes for easy fastening with screws and a plug-in system for accessories at 45° and 90° angles.

The numerous threaded holes on the entire surface of the board are particularly noteworthy. T-bolts can be used to securely fasten objects with a load of up to 80 kg, as tests by the developer have shown.

The multi-grid is an extension of the system. It enables flexible expansion of module boxes and compartments in both height and width on a plug-in basis. It can be used vertically and horizontally to configure individual storage systems for a wide variety of applications.

In total, the Multiboard system currently comprises over 710 individual parts. Anyone wishing to support the ambitious open source project can do so with various support packages, starting at 5 US dollars per dollar.

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