Table Leg Support

by robots-dreams, published

Table Leg Support by robots-dreams Aug 12, 2012

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Living in Japan I always run into problems with tables and chairs that are too low. In the past I put bricks under the table legs to get it high enough to be comfortable. But during the March 11, 2011 earthquake the table shifted off the bricks and dropped all of my equipment on the floor.

This is a simple support to replace the bricks. It's a 'first attempt' and will no doubt be revised a few times before I'm happy with the result.


I'm printing the test part in PLA with 15% infill, but will probably have to increase the fill for strength and stability. It will be interesting to see how the PLA holds up to the table and equipment weight.

Add a stick-on felt cushion on the bottom to avoid scratching the floor.

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