Coffee Table Replacement Foot
by Ginobi_wan, published
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This is a replacement adjustable foot for living room furniture. The feet go to a coffee table and end tables. During one of our many home moves we lost one of the adjustable feet. I went ahead and copied the foot and printed it out.
I created the part in AutoDesk Inventor, so I posted the .ipt and .stl files. Note that I created the threads in Inventor using the â€œThread Modelerâ€ add in. It was my first time using the plug in and it worked great. You can get it at http://labs.autodesk.com/utilities/thread_modeler/
- STL file without threads: Coffee Table Foot without thread.stl
- STL file with threads: Coffee Table Foot with thread.stl
- Inventor file: Coffee Table Foot.ipt
1.) Print (or Modify and then Print). For the UP!, I had the quality set to fine and the fill set to solid.
2.) Clean up and Install
3.) Show spouse you finally fixed it :) (only took a few years)
My prints were made on an Afinia UP! PP3DP printer. I printed out one with and without threads because it was my first time trying to print threads. I was able to use the one with threads.
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