NOTE: Not a physical product! These are digital DXF files for laser cutting.

This is a collection of DXF files that we developed for hanging your laser engraved or painted tiles on the wall.  While these were primary designed for wall hanging they also work as a tile stand (but not extremely sturdy for that purpose).

Currently these will work for following size tiles (width x thickness)

  • 108 mm x 7.8 mm (4.25 in x 0.31 in)
  • 100 mm x 6 mm (3.93 in x 0.25 in)
  • 150 mm x 8 mm (5.9 in x 0.31 in)

You will receive ALL OF THE ABOVE! If you need different size, please contact us.

This template grands you rights to use in any of your projects, however you are not allowed to resell digital files.


1. Cut all pieces (1 back, 2 side hooks and 2 lower hooks).
2. Insert lower hooks into bottom slots of “back” piece first
3. Now carefully insert “side” hooks into the side slots of the “back” piece, rotating it slightly. Side hooks will cover bottom hooks so they will stay put when used as table stand.
4. Install screw into the wall making sure to pick screw with head that will fit into “keyhole” on the back piece.
5. Hang, bracket on the wall
6. Insert your tile.

Note about Kerf and material thickness.

These are designed to be laser cut from 1/8″ (3mm) baltic birch plywood or acrylic (tested with material thickness up to 3.10mm) .

Every size has “kerf” and “no kerf” version. Laser removes some material while cutting and this is called “kef”. DXF file versions with kerf have slightly smaller slots, while “no kerf” versions are slightly wider (by 0.15mm).
Test cut two small pieces to see which one fits best. If it’s too tight use “no kerf” version, if it’s too loose use “kerf” version.
You can also mix and match (i.e. use “kerf” version of the back piece, and “no kerf” for clips).

Because there are variations in material thickness (even from same manufacturer) it might not work for sheets thicker than 3.1mm
If that’s the case, reach out to us and will send you version for slightly thicker material.