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Published on October 22nd, 2009 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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Lack Drafting Table





Nate turns his Lack table into a drafting table.
My Lack table started to show some wear, so I replaced it with a different bedside table. I turned the old Lack table into a drafting table for my design work. The extra legs made great pencil holders that match the finish. The entire project requires 2 hinges, 8 screws, a bit of super glue, and an elementary understanding of Trig.”
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4 Responses to Lack Drafting Table

  1. jo says:

    i’d like to need one of those only to hack it like that!!!
    genius!!!
    also if it took me some 2 minutes to understand the way to look at it and what it was, it’s really great! and i think it could be better if painted some lively colour

  2. Anonymous says:

    great idea.

    are the hinges just stops (i.e. “chocks”)? or do they function for adjustment, or…?

  3. Nate says:

    The hinges allow you to tilt the table up to access storage underneath. Originally, I intended to use a more obtuse angle and have 2 sets of legs for different tilts, but ran out of room on the base! Glad you enjoyed it ;)

  4. psylent says:

    How bout the ruler machines >? can this handle them ?

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