The plastic glide rail on which my refrigerator vegetable drawer (bin) traveled recently broke.
The rail was part of a large plastic shelf, which is no longer available for purchase.
I'm thinking about 3D printing a new glide rail and attaching it (somehow) to the existing shelf.
Can 3D printing be used for this task to make the repair any easier or more successful to complete than simply cutting a piece of plastic and (again, somehow) affixing it to the shelf?
Note that the glide rail needs to be somehow attached to the shelf at a 90 degree angle. I keep using the word "somehow" because I haven't figured out how to make that magic happen yet.