How to build
Rail LED holder
How to build the new rail led holder guide.
This is the new model of 3d printable rail led holder.
All parts from this guide can be used with the SuperGreenLab construction set.
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All the parts used for the SGL kits.
New rail LED holders!
Push the transparent holder part into the arm's wrist.
Then add a 16mm screw to secure the holder in place.
Now attach the arm to the wrist, use a square nut on one side to screw everything together.
You will notice that the slider part has a bulge, which will be meant to be facing downward.
Which means we'll have to invert the slider part on two of the holders. It's explained further in the next steps.
Go through the whole page before starting from here.
So now we'll have to make 4 holders, two will be the lower ones, and two will be the top ones.
The lower holders will have the slider's bulge in the same direction is a semi-transparent part, as indicated on the picture.
And the top holders will have it facing the other direction.
Ok so now that this part is clear, we're ready to make our four holders.
Don't forget, you want two top ones, and two lower ones, so basically just rotate the slider 180° for two of them.
Now all the holders are ready to be mounted to their rails!
You have six rails with the kit, you can join them together of have them in different places.
Usual setup is to put three rails per sides, so the holders have enough height covered.
The rails have a "saw" shape that allows so have them hell aligned, but if you want the extra precision you can use the small Rail tool included in the kit.
You can place it at the junction between two rails to keep them aligned.
The rails can also be places in the corner, which is the most optimal place when dealing with small spaces like an Eket, or any narrow and vertical boxes.
The kit includes two corner holders per rails, you can attach them to the rails, you might need to glue them in place, but they should hold well already.
To attach the corner holders to the rail, you need to slide them from the side of the rail.
Alright our rail holders are now done and ready to be glued to their furniture.
You can either place them in a corner or a flat surface.
You can either use hot glue or strong double tape, don't worry the panels are quite light themselves.
In both cases, don't forget to slightly sand-paper the surface before glueing, some furnitures have a very slick surface, which is not the best for adhesiveness.
Add the little screw to the side hole of the slider.
No need to tighten it, just enough to keep the slider in place.
Once the holder is glued to your furniture you can tighten the screws.
Don't over tighten is tho, just enough for it to stay in place.
Make sure there's some space between the top of the pot and the lower panels.