Connecting an axle to a stud on the ground for railings

Bricks Asked by Rocket04 on December 2, 2020

I’m trying to build railing using axles and connectors and am not finding an easy way to get the axles that go to the ground to connect in a way that would be best for my design. Three options I’ve found so far is using 4032, 3941, or 3713. I like 3713 because it has a smaller profile, but it cannot be placed directly on a stud, which causes two problems: 1) the railings are slightly inside of the plate (less problematic to me); 2) I cannot cover the surrounding studs with tiles, which I’d like to do. Seems another option could be using 11458. That would also offset the railing, but I could cover the stud with a 1×1 tile. I could also use a technic 3700 or 32064, but again, offset and you lose the smaller profile. I’m wondering if I’m not missing some socket sticking straight up that would solve the problem.

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For the axle with stud on one side you could also use a smaller pin connector 18654.

Correct answer by Uli on December 2, 2020

Here are some Ideas i came up with. I added some of your suggestions for comparrison.

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Mounted on top of the plate:

  1. 4032
  2. 3941
  3. 3713
  4. 11458, 32013, 2780
  5. 30383, 30553

Mounted below the plate:

  1. 40902, 30552
  2. 30389b, 30553
  3. 32000, 32013, 2780
  4. 3701, 32013, 2780

Answered by Jan Windemuth on December 2, 2020

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