LACK Attack #1: Stack the Lack (aka The Lack Stack Adapter)

by SoundDoc Oct 15, 2017
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These came out great, pretty solid. Thank you!
The table legs do flex outward, so there is some play in the design that would allow the table to vibrate or move ever slightly.
Since my MK3 is going ontop, I took the legs off the lower table and counter sunk a #10 4" Screw right through the bottom side of the lower table where the legs were, next to the Ikea leg screw hole, the screwed the legs back on, the 2 tables are like a rock and look good too.

No glue? No screws needed?

Thanks for the awesome Lack files. I'm following all closely. I'm printing these adapters, and for whatever reason, Cura wants to position the 4 brackets way off of the simulated print bed. When I pull it over, it still says the 117.4 x 117.4 model is too big for my 124 x 124 printbed. Very odd. Any chance you could upload a single bracket instead of the combined four?

Another LACK enclosure but kept simple (100mm extra height)

Thanks Threeaxis,
I hadn't come across your build yet, and it looks similar to what I've got in mind as a destination. Mind if I steal some ideas? ;)
I really like the control panel mount and planned on doing something similar with the raised feet.
Are those the ikea DIODER lights? How bright do they end up being? I thought about them but didn't know if they'd be bright enough and was going to go with WS2812 addressable strips off a arduino controlled from octoprint on the PI instead.

Of course use the ideas, I based mine from other ideas :-)

I bought RGBW lights which are very bright (25% brightness is ok to see what is going on) when the white is on and the RGB is set to white (is like 125%), i chose cool white, but the controller is limited in its automatic sequence, some pi or arduino controlled ones would be way cooler, get them to change based on music or the printer noise.