corner foot for makerbot and other laser cut boxes.
by Neutron7, published
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I made this to replace the little feet on the replicator with some elastomers. but you could attach many different kinds of feet to various laser cut boxes with it.
I have also included an elastomer holder, but it only works with 0.74" internal 1.38" external elastomers.
Print, (used 1 shell, 25% infill, ABS)
place m6 (10mm A/F) nut in slot,
bolt your foot to the nut. with m6 bolt.
if you use the elastomer holder, it is designed for century spring U0750075060 or similar. its probably not very likely you happen to have one though. and they have a minimum order of $40.
there is an expansion part inside which is pushed open by a countersink head of the m6 bolt.
I made this for a replicator, but it could work on other laser cut projects, there needs to be 1/2 inch clearance between the bottom corners and the bottom of the box.
p.s. for me the 3d rotatable view of the part renders quite dark, but the other one does not. not quite sure why that happens.
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