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No Hardware - IKEA Lack Side Table Extender/Stacker

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No Hardware - IKEA Lack Side Table Extender/Stacker by Puddlefist Aug 10, 2017
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This leg extender/stacker is designed to fit over the corner of the table top prior to screwing the leg in.

No hardware necessary!

I have uploaded three different heights (65mm, 80mm, and 100mm) and have included the Sketchup file as well so that modifications may be made (setting your own heights, adding acrylic sheet holders, etc).

If you do modify this other than adjusting the height, please post as a remix. Thanks!

Print Settings

Printer:

Anet A8

Rafts:

No

Supports:

Yes

Resolution:

.2

Infill:

10

How I Designed This

Designed in Sketchup Make 2017. File is included for modifications.

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10% infill is okay? I ask because ive seen a few other designs and they're much higher infill percentage.

i designed some of those extenders myself and used 15% infill with a bodem and top of 2mm and had no problems when i put 50kg on one corner of the table, so i think 10% is plenty (btw dont put so much weight in the middle of the table because i think its not strong enough)

It is for my purposes so far. The tables are very light and I am not placing much weight on top of it.

Good job mate, exactly what I needed.

How much does it raise the table?

Aug 10, 2017 - Modified Sep 14, 2017
Puddlefist - in reply to jasonjennings_

Right now it raises it 65mm. I designed it so that my new AM8 will fit in with about 20mm or so of clearance.

Edit: I have added additional heights.

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