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OpenLOCK Step Riser Tiles - Diamond Plate Single Oblique Pattern (Fine) (STL Files)

OpenLOCK Step Riser Tiles - Diamond Plate Single Oblique Pattern (Fine) (STL Files)

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This is a collection of  Sci-Fi/industrial themed OpenLOCK Riser floor tiles with a diamond plate surface design. These tiles are intended to compliment the correspond pattern of standard floor tiles, 1 inch riser floor tiles and 2 inch riser floor tiles to allow the creation of step-like configurations.


The collection includes at least three each of the E, EN, F, FN, H, I, IA, K, S, SA, SB, VE and VN floor tiles from the OpenLOCK (may 2018) standard by, one of each at two thirds, one and a third and one and two thirds inches riser heights (actually 17mm, 34mm and 42.5mm respectively).


The two thirds of an inch (17mm) risers bridge the gap between OpenLOCK Floor Tiles - Diamond Plate Single Oblique Pattern (Fine) and OpenLOCK 1 inch Riser Tiles - Diamond Plate Single Oblique Pattern (Fine), then the one and a third inch (34mm) risers and the one and two thirds inch (42.5mm) risers bridge the gap between the latter 1 inch risers and OpenLOCK 2 inch Riser Tiles - Diamond Plate Single Oblique Pattern (Fine)


In addition to the three heights  there are also addition version of some tiles that compensate for the diamond plate pattern not being fully symmetrical when rotated by providing additional versions with the pattern rotated by 90 degrees where necessary.


The surface Design is based on the "diamond plate" metal sheets used as anti-slip surfaces in industrial applications. There are multiple patters of such plates and this one is based on the simplest pattern with rows of single raised 'diamonds', arranged obliquely to the plate edges and alternating in their direction in every other row.


The 3D models are designed specifically for FDM printing with PLA, in that they have a designed internal volume(s) to minimise infill and the 3D models include removable support structures where they are necessary for FDM printing so the addition of slicer generated supports will not be necessary.


The ZIP file contains 72 STL files, corresponding PGA image files and a PDF.


OpenLOCK tile identifiers, Sizes/Shape, and the number of versions of each

 OpenLOCK Tile ID    Description*    # Versions per height 
 EN   2 by 2 - L shape   2 (× 3 heights) 
 E   2 by 2 square   1 (× 3 heights) 
 F   2 radius quarter circle   2 (× 3 heights) 
 FN   2 outer radius, 1 inner radius 90° arc   2 (× 3 heights) 
 H   3 outer radius, 2 inner radius 90° arc   2 (× 3 heights) 
 I   1 by 1 square   1 (× 3 heights) 
 IA   1 by 0.5 rectangle   2 (× 3 heights) 
 K   2.5 by 1 rectangle   2 (× 3 heights) 
 S   2 by 1 rectangle   2 (× 3 heights) 
 SA   3 by 1 rectangle   2 (× 3 heights) 
 SB   4 by 1 rectangle   2 (× 3 heights) 
 VE   4 outer radius, 2 inner radius 90° arc   2 (× 3 heights) 
 VN   4 outer radius, 3 inner radius 90° arc   2 (× 3 heights) 

* The units used in the descriptions are in floor grid squares, or 1 inch (25.4mm) units.


Note: These OpenLOCK tiles are also offered in "Medium" and "Coarse" versions, which have different densities of 'diamonds' in their surface patterns.  The standard floor tiles that they are intended to complement are also offered in "Fine", "Medium" and "Coarse" detail size options so if these are being bought to go with a floor tiles set then it would be a  good idea to verify that this is the correct corresponding riser set in terms of detail size.

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File Last Updated:
October 23, 2018
This title was added to our catalog on November 15, 2018.