I designed some feet to easily lift the desktop laser and engrave tall objects. You can make them as high as you need, adding as many teeth as needed in the U shape aluminum profile. To lower the laser again you only have to press the levers.
I also include some supports for an aluminum profile to hold the dragchain when the machine is raised.
The profiles enter the model tightly to avoid slack and the bases must be screwed on a board in order to lift the laser.
The clamps are designed to be screwed in profiles 20x40
For assembly follow the steps in the illustration.
I've designed some feet that will make it easy for you to lift the laser and engrave tall objects. You can make them as tall as you need by adding as many teeth as needed to the aluminium U-profile. To lower the laser again, just press the levers.
I also include some brackets for an aluminium profile to hold the chain when the machine is raised.
The profiles enter the model well tightened to avoid play and the bases must be screwed on a board to be able to lift the laser.
The clamps are designed to be screwed onto 20x40 profiles
To assemble, follow the steps in the illustration.
A group of two friend that make 3d models as a hobby
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