Crossfire Pro Bottom Shelf Bracket Tabs & Brackets

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One of the first brackets I designed as a learning project in Fusion360. The goal was to make a support for 2" tubing to support a bottom shelf. I didn't want to weld into the stock legs - this only requires 2 holes per leg. I used the sheet metal capabilities in F360 to make the flanges. This is also my first FileShare, so I thought I'd package it up to see how that works. Lots of ways to do this - this was what I came up with. If it helps you, hit like and leave a comment! Included tap (g-code) file with nesting for 4 parts ready to load and go. Make sure to remove the .txt extension! The tap file is based on a piece of 1/8" (.125 or 11ga) sheet 10" high x 7" wide to make all 4 parts. The bend radius calcs assume 1/8" material. You could make it with thinner or thicker material, but you'd need to adjust or not cut the bend lines to correct for the material thickness.

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4 years ago






Crossfire Pro Bottom Shelf CAD Fusion 360

  • cfp shelf bracket-v3-3.png
  • cfp shelf bracket-v3-2.png
  • CF Pro Shelf Bracket V3.dxf
  • CF Pro Shelf Bracket V3 - Sheetcam x 4 Tight.tap.txt
  • Tim Bledsoe - 4 years ago
    That looks great when I get my Pro setup I will be using it and let you know how it worked for me. Great Job

  • Keiwat - 3 years ago
    Thanks for the download I'll give it a try, just need to purchase material.

  • Curtis - 1 year ago
    What size, grade style bolt are you using to mount this?

  • Rene Loya - 10 months ago
    Thanks for the download. Cut perfectly and works great.

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