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Ikea table foot

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Ikea table foot by obijuan Nov 28, 2012
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My wife bought a small ikea table... but it was a little bit short. She asked me for help: "What can be do?". "-Do not worry, honey, I can print some feet for the table. How much higher should it be?"

I modified the parametric table foot I had previously designed to fit my wife requirements

The result is this part :-)

You can find more information (in Spanish) in this wiki:

http://www.iearobotics.com/wiki/index.php?title=Objeto_3D:_Pata_para_mesa_de_Ikea

Instructions

  • Edit the source code to set your wife's requirements (height, diameter...)
  • Generate the SLT (openscad)
  • Add the O-ring (Default O-rings with internal diameter of 20mm and 3mm section)
  • Screw to the table legs
  • Make your wife happier

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What kind of printer do yo have? There seems to be absolutely no z wobble. Nice prints.

 It has been printed on a Prusa iteration 2.  0.5mm nozzle. 0.4mm layer height. Skeinforge 50

Can you upload a wife's STL? I do not have any.

OK so what's it going to take to get some parametric feet shaped feet?

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