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looking for the Ultimaker Table/Spacer

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All;

since my amount of Ultimaker 2s are getting a bit out of control, I'm trying to get a bit more control..

one of the things I want to do is get some of the spacers/tables..

as per

https://www.youmagine.com/designs/the-ultimaker-table

and

https://www.youmagine.com/designs/the-ultimaker-spacer

While there are some files included, they mean nothing to me.. I don't have a lasercutter or CNC machine..

preferably, i'd have a couple of these spacers (and perhaps the tables too if i get the dimensions..) in the same material as the UM2.. if that's not possible then I'd take a different material..

is there someone here who has made them and could help me out?

thanks!

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while they are 'fun' they are complex and do need the fabrication methods that you don't have. What do you have?

a simple box structure that exactly fits the UM base, but with then a skirt of additional material wrapped around would do the same thing and could be made with any hand tools.

James

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