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Furniture Riser

by technophobe, published

Furniture Riser by technophobe Feb 11, 2013



Furniture Riser by technophobe is licensed under the GNU - GPL license.

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Furniture leg riser. Initially created to lift furniture high enough for our household robots (iRobot Mint and Roomba) to fit underneath. Should be able to adapt to various sizes and heights using customizer.

Note: currently only creates square bases.


I'm using Cura for slicing; adjust parameters to suit based on your preferred slicer.

Cura Basic settings:
Layer height: 0.3mm
Walls thickness: 1.5mm
Bottom/Top thickness: 1.5mm
Infill: 7%

You may want to adjust the infill if using these risers with heavy furniture. However, these settings are working well for the Customizer defaults on a couch which usually accommodates two adults.

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My mother inlaw (80 years old) has the same problem. I am tired of having to fetch the roomba from under the couch, so THANK YOU!!! :)

I'm sorry, what company makes the riser? You bought it from a company then customized it yourself? Thanks

This is an original creation; the OpenSCAD file is the source. Thingiverse has a web app called Customizer which provides a GUI that can modify specially prepared OpenSCAD files.