Increases the height of an Ikea Lack table by 10cm. Specifically shaped for adding height to the Prusa Lack enclosure by adding to between the top corner pieces and the legs of the top table.
Cuts on the inside corners are for the plexi to pass through -- you'll need to extend the base plexi or cut new pieces. Sides and back should be 440x540mm, front door pieces are 220x540mm each.
Use the pieces with beveled edges on the front corners to allow clearance for the plexi doors to open beyond 90 degrees.
Designed to be attached to the legs with #10x3/4in wood screws. Either glue to the top corners from the enclosure kit, or use a longer (1.5in or so) #10 wood screw to attach both to the tabletop at the same time.
Pre-drill hole before using the wood screws to prevent layer separation when attaching. Use hand tools or very low torque settings on power tools.
Any PETG, PLA, or ABS
Measured the width of the Lack legs - 50x50mm
Basic shape in Fusion 360
Extruded a 50x50mm sketch to be 100mm tall.
Extruded a second 60x60mm sketch to be 50mm tall to be the "sleeve" section that goes over the leg.
Stacked both with a 15mm overlap, then beveled the edge to 45 degrees to allow printing without supports.
Hollowed out both pieces to have 5mm thick walls.
Added countersunk holes 5mm deep, 4.7mm wide with a 90deg head angle and 9.25mm head diameter -- sized for a #10 wood screw to prevent threads from digging into the print when attaching.
Customizing basic shape for each leg
Made 4 copies of the basic shape.
For each copy, cut a 10x5mm section from the two inner corners of each piece depending on which leg each piece is for. This allows the plexi to pass through without hitting the "sleeve". (Might go to 5x5mm in the future)
Cut an additional 45deg bevel on the front face of the "leg sleeve" for each front leg piece to allow the doors to open beyond 90deg.