The LACK table is one of the cheapest tables around and can be seen in many households. If you however find this table to be too short, then this nifty hack will be just the thing for you.
Print the files at a Hub in your neighbourhood or on your own printer. ABS would be the preferred way to go for durability reasons. Just make sure that you do not hold back on the amount of infill (do not go under 20%) since your table legs should be holding quite some weight. If you want to take it to the next level you could change the height of the legs with this .scad file and match it to your taste. Once printed, nudge the O-rings and screw the table feet into place, but be gentle, the LACK table is not know for its structural integrity.
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