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Splintofix Construction Sets
Splintofix was a simple construction system made from aluminium. It mainly used clips with wedges to join parts together although a screwed rod and nuts were also used when a rod was required. It was made in East Germany in the late 1940s. The instruction leaflet is dated November 1948, with 2000 being printed.
Manufacturer / Distributor
Gebr. Bieier, Bieler, Halle-S., Paul-Riebeck-Str, East Germany
Info from the Metal Constructional Systems Database for SPLINTOFIX
Hole pitch >12.7mm
Former East Germany
1948 (see comment *1)
3.5x.6 (see comment *2)
3.6 (see comment *3)
Aluminium (Alloy) with a Aluminium (Alloy) finish
Simple system; main parts are square-ended Strips, Wheel Disc, lozenge-shaped Plate, & Corner Bracket held by a Wedge thru flat Clip. *1 Print Ref. *2 Probably not M3.5. *3 3.5 in other parts.
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