I finally found a use for all those old, outdated tablets that we all seem to build up. Just clamp these quick legs on to your old tablet, picture frame, book, or anything flat for that matter and you can turn them in to a handy tabletop or centerpiece. Use them to make a riser for your laptop or keyboard, Stack them up and make a tower to show off your artistic skills. Or, in this case, use them to annoy a friend who works for Microsoft. I figured if they want to call it a Surface, we should all use it as one.
Using it as a Hockey Table: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_Q71rUWBDg
Time Lapse of the Print: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ps4RDkXgUd0
This can be printed with no supports. I included a plate with all the parts, or you can print just the parts needed or wanted. I was able to fit 4 leg assemblies onto the build place of a Replicator2. To assemble, screw the bolt through its threaded leg hole and then screw on the presser cap.
Print settings used: .PLA, .2 layer, 210F, 3 shells