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Office Desk and Chair

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Hello everyone!

So it seems you guys have taken a liking to my models and for that I want to thank you!!! you guys are the best.

So here is a follow up model in my learning and experimenting phase and I hope you appreciate it as much as the rest of my things.... If not then... well... it will be here anyways for "FUTURE GENERATIONS..........".

So it seems most of you like going to the beach and relaxing but seems some of you want to get back to work and have even "hired" my creation the ever busy Office Lady... she was glad to have been hired but complained about not having suitable working conditions or supplies at some of your organizations so I decided to help you guys out 'This Time' by offering some furniture and equipment that will help her be more productive.
Allow me to introduce you to okMOK brand of office supplies. The table comes with a removable top part to allow easy assembly (support less printing) of the main table. The table has a sliding keyboard and mouse (provided) shelf that you can tuck in or out whenever you feel the need. A dedicated enclosure for your Impos.... I... I mean PC, to keep protected from dust and the occasional kick when you are playing spin the chair. The Table top has dedicated slots for fixing your office necessities so that they are easily accessible. These include a 15 (??ish??) inch LCD monitor, a pen holder, a cordless phone, ink jet printer, file organizer and even unorganized files (best of both worlds eh !).
The Chair seat material is faux leather and comes in an attractive Mafia Black color to really exert you authority (sorry cat not included....... does it even look like the mafia boss chairs??? my friend thinks so...). The chair comes with a telescopic cylinder with 2 adjustable heights for your convenience and the base has options for wheels so that apart from spin the chair you can also participate in office Grand Prix's (R&D for wheels underway keep checking back).
There is also a foot rest ........ (sorry dont have anything atm)......
Anyways here it is in all its faux wood glory. Get you office ladies to work and work toward a brighter future for your organizations..... unless you are downsizing, facing bankruptcy or closed due to covid-19 .... then I guess I feel ya...... BUT don't fret (too much! However a little bit is just fine) it will work out somehow.
Ask away if anything is unclear about how I made this model. Should be pretty straight forward especially if you follow the images (the bland serious ones not the comic ones!!)

BTW I might open a patreaon account for sharing some ideas, stories and the occasional prototype/early access designs as it seems most everyone is doing it so I hope I can count on some of your support as based on my conditions and the lockdown restrictions 3D printing is becoming kind of costly for me. Don't get me wrong I love making and sharing free designs and things but 3D printing in my country is not exactly common (infact it is very rare!! There are so few people openly printing or offering services that you can count them on your fingers... a quote of sorts here..) so getting supplies is hard and costly, even now my Heatbed mosfet got fried and I have been waiting for 2 months just to get a replacement from China that is why most of my newer prints have some degree of warping. So although I don't want to charge much for my prints but I have to keep this hobby going so I will appreciate some support from you, dear community members.
I am still in the process of making the patreon account so I will upload the details when it is done, hope to see you there soon. For now, I sadly cannot access tips from thingiverse (paypal hates my country or is it the other way round?) so if you would like to support me check cults3d and maybe consider buying my paid items, again it is a polite request and you can totally ignore it if you want.
Finally do share makes of my things as I am using a DIY printer and would like to see what a well tuned machine with good slicer settings can achieve with my models.. and it helps others also. OH! and don't forget to like em also :) Good Luck and Thank you

NOTE ! IF USING AS A TOY PLEASE NOTE THERE ARE SMALL PARTS WHICH ARE UNSUITABLE FOR SMALL CHILDREN AND CARE MUST BE TAKEN. I DO NOT TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR IRRESPONSIBLE USE!

3D printing settings

The model in the images is printed with 2 perimeters at 70 % scale and above settings. The Table base can be printed with a coarse layer height on its back (keyboard slot towards the top). No support is required, at least I had no need of it however do check the table foot rest slots and see if your printer can do those overhangs correctly else use some supports there (Just remembered the monitor might need support so I guess check GCode preview for all parts as I might just have forgotten something at time of writing). Tolerances are around 0.4 so you don't need a very highly tuned machine but elephants foot may cause issues.
The table parts have some holes and these areas were meant to be used for small pins to align the two pieces together but the 'pins' size is uncertain and you might have to do some trial and error to get something to fit there based on scale of print (I found a small piece of a previous broken print that I fit into just 1 hole and the table top fit snugly on it without moving allowing me to glue the pieces together so maybe you can get lucky like that if you find the correct piece as a pin)
The Chair is made of 3 parts the seat, the cylinder and the base. The cylinder has to be glued into the area at the bottom of the seat and it can slide along the rod part of the base. There are 2 holes on the base rod and 1 on the cylinder, the orientation of the cylinder should be as such that the hole on it faces the bottom (or the base of the chair) that way it can coincide with the holes of the base rod and using some sort of a pin the height can be adjusted (at 70% scale I was easily able to use a piece of 1.75mm filament).
The mouse is separate from the keyboard shelf so after painting you can glue it to the raised area on the shelf meant as a mouse pad. For the rest of the accessories there are grooves on the top of the table surface that you can glue them into.


Post-Proc

I used spray paint (Rust-Free Brown color) to coat the table and keyboard shelf and for the rest of the parts I used paint markers (white, black, brown and gold color). The seat and cylinder was also spray painted black and the base of chair was colored using silver paint marker. Some of the accessories were painted while some were just left in their original color. For the pens, I took some filament pieces and painted their tips black using a marker, then glued them into the holder.

P.S.
The Bonnie and Clyde, as I call them, models were part of the prints from my previous tests that were deemed failures and their files were deleted but I kept the printed models. It is good that I found some use for them ya :D. So please appreciate their beauty as their original 'DNA' is gone ........... well at least whatever files I used to print them with are.

P.P.S.
The PC accessory was designed on a whim and I had no image of the among us characters in my mind when I designed it but strangely after printing it somewhat reminds ME (its my opinion at least most of you might not agree... the base peripheral slot I tried to design look like legs......) of the characters from that game. It was honestly unexpected and unintentional. Anyways enjoy :P

  • 3D file format: STL
  • Publication date: 2020/10/05 at 14:40

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I used to be a long time fan of 3d printing and used to print Knick knacks occasionally but regardless did not have enough time to really sink into this hobby. However due to the Covid-19 lock down and downsizing I suddenly found myself with a lot of free time and didn't know much what to do about it. Naturally I used that time to further my hobby and printed a lot of the models that I had archived but never printed. Eventually, I decided to try and model my own designs being encouraged by the numerous DIY and training videos on youtube. My first experience modeling was just awful (I used 3D Builder as it was "there" and free) but eventually I figured out other ways and tools to improve my skill. So here I am trying to see how much I can learn, achieve and maybe inspire with my skills.

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