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Download the three STL files and 3D-print two runners and as many hooks as you desire. The runner will fit walls up to 20 mm thick. There is a hook type made to fit to a 30 mm round dowel, and another hook made to fit a rectangular beam (36 x 20 mm).

We recommend 3D-printing these in PLA filament (https://goo.gl/FIwI5t).

Use a saw to cut away a hemisphere of each end of the dowel. Make sure to cut the dowel to the length that fits your shower cabin.

Secure the runners to the dowel by using a short wood screw.

<p>Drat, I would love one of these with 4 hooks but I don't own a 3D printer. Maybe one day I will. :-(</p>
<p>Hopefully you can get a 3D printer soon. In the meantime you can look for a local 3D printer owner at https://www.3dhubs.com/. Someone will surely make a nice print of the hook for you. :)</p>

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