3D-printed legs for a clothes dryer
Our robotic vacuum was constanstly being stuck by trying to go over a clothes drying rack. So I’ve decided to raise it a bit about the floor, and 3D-printed some legs for it.
It was also one of the first prints that I did with ABS after building an enclosure. The last picture is a 3D-printed template for drilling. I wouldn’t say that it turned very precise, but it worked nevertheless. To make it more precise a few stiffeners need to be added here and there, but more important is to put an aprropriately sized metal tube inside.