Coffee table foot

by fluffy, published

Coffee table foot by fluffy Dec 29, 2012

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I have an old modular coffee table from the (I think) 70s, with no brand or the like on it, but it's of very simple yet effective construction: a round, wooden disc with three sets of four holes partially drilled through it, metal rods inserted into those holes, and plastic feet that bundle the rods together into legs.

Unfortunately, being fairly old, the plastic on the feet broke down and fell apart, so I made use of my Makerbot to make new feet for it.

I'm putting this here because someone else might be inspired to make new coffee tables based on this very simple, effective principle. It's pretty cool!

I've provided two different versions; version 1 is similar to the feet that came with the coffee table, while version 2 is a bit more stylish (but harder to print well).


Print three, insert rods into holes.

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