Modular legs



  • Dimensions are shown at the bottom of this page
  • Required screws are included
  • Model is made from sustainably produced wood
  • Easily expandable and linkable elements
  • No power tools required
  • Also suitable for supporting frieze lists
  • Component fit to an accuracy of 1 mm


More information

Background information:
With the modular legs, the modular bases can be constructed as independent elements. The legs are 1000 mm high as standard. A leg can be attached to any corner of a module, regardless of the surface size of a module. These legs can also be used to keep a frieze frame up. Holes in the legs are made every 50 mm. Coupling material is also supplied as standard with the legs, which is required to connect the legs and the modules together.

As the legs are supplied in sets of 2 or in sets of 4 legs, it is listed below for each leg which coupling materials are supplied.

Per leg is included:
- 2 short Allen bolts, suitable for connecting a leg to a module edge.
- 2 tee nuts

The coupling material in this set is specifically tailored to the modular surfaces. Forces are evenly distributed through the flat but wide heads, so that the wood and coupling materials form the strongest possible connection with each other. The tee nut is placed once in a hole of your choice. Connecting and disconnecting is very easy with the bolts. The flat heads of the Allen screws automatically sink into the predefined fixing points.

Consult the free downloadable explanation and manual below for more information.


c.a. 85B x 85L x 1000H mm.
Number (kits) per package
Optionally a set of 2 or 4 legs


Explanation with tips, descriptions and photos
Manual with tips, building description and photos