This is second version of my small bench table for tee/coffee or cookies :). Previouse design (observed after a year of usage) had at least few flaws. First of all, it was shaky - mouting point was too far away off the weight center. Secondly, beacuse printed plastics are not as rigid as mould ones, high temperature made holder/clamp soft and it usually lost the grip.
Table is designed to be printable on standard 20x20cm print bed, without supports. Table size is 18x12cm and whole project is build from three components. Table itself, frame around and and three clamp/mount - you have to choose one. Clamp is designed for poles of approximately 50mm diameter. If yours are smaller - you can use some rubbers shims (or ask for another dimension :) )
What has changed?
Second relase is much more stiff, works great and easily witholds high temperatures but all of this at a cost of mouting flexibility. Beacuse table fixing point is close to the center, it can't be mount on very vertical poles. Another thing, since clamp plastic was not strong enought to relay only on friction when fixing with table, now I've introduced 45deg angle, fixing positions. So you have to choose proper mount for your task.
- Mount_00 - 0, 45, 90 deg and so on - not all positions are usable
- Mount_15 - 15, 60, 105 deg ...
- Mount_25 - 25, 80, 115 deg
You will require also three m5 nuts, screws and washers - to fasten the clamp.