clug 3D printed wall-mounted bike racks by hurdler studios
 
clug 3D printed wall-mounted bike racks by hurdler studios clug 3D printed wall-mounted bike racks by hurdler studios
may 18, 2014

clug 3D printed wall-mounted bike racks by hurdler studios

‘clug’ 3D printed bicycle storage racks by hurdler studios
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‘clug’ by vancouver-based hurdler design studio is a bicycle storage solution that was designed using current rapid prototyping methodologies resulting in a minimal wall-mounted clip. the system encases two screws concealed within a robust push-fit cover that mounts to a wall, holding the bike upright without damaging the frame or rims. currently seeking funding on kickstarter, the project is conceived for open source distribution; three dimensional CAD files can be purchased online, allowing users to 3D print them on demand.

clug 3D printed bicycle storage racks by hurdler studios

 the clips hold the bike upright without damaging the frame or rims

clug 3D printed bicycle storage racks by hurdler studios

because ‘clug’ is open-source, users can 3D print them on demand


video courtesy hurlder studios
  • ugh. that is exactly how you don’t want to store your bike. these guys are in for quick buck i can tell.

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