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Assembly Tips

General Tips

General Tips

General Tips

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Each tile includes a series of alternating inner and outer dados (slots) along with finger grips in the front & backs to help with assembly and can support additional accessories (such as wall fasteners)

Start with 4

General Tips

General Tips

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There are 3 distinct Tile designs: A, B & C with alternating interlocking slots.  A-C-B-C is a good combination to start to make a single cube.  There is no right one right way or sequence! .

Make a Box

Multi-Box Unit Assembly

Multi-Box Unit Assembly

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Tiles interlock at right angles to create boxes.  They should slide together with minimal force and feel firm.  You can set the tiles so the front/back sides are perpendicular to the ground and let gravity help.


Pro Tip: when interlocking outer slots to other outer slot tiles, make sure the inner slots are on the same side which will make it easier to connect with other boxes and interconnected pieces. 

Multi-Box Unit Assembly

Multi-Box Unit Assembly

Multi-Box Unit Assembly

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Boxes can interlocking easily with other boxes depending on the sequence you used.  The interlocking boxes can also be mixed with free-standing tiles to create any variation of shelving unit you can imagine.


Pro Tip: for tall assemblies or assemblies with heavy objects, you can tether the IMSU unit to the wall via a simple furniture strap through the front/back grip slots.

How-To Videos

Single Box Assembly

Multi-Box Assembly & Linking

Multi-Box Disassembly