Table legs, lifting mechanism + connection to ITEM frame


Table legs & lifting mechanism

The table legs are manufactured by a German Company called “Hammerbach”.
I was able to order them from the following supplier (direct link to their shop): https://www.dorsalo.de/hammerbacher-schreibtisch-elektrisch-hoehenverstellbar-serie-xdsm


Connection between main frame and legs

I used a custom designed and metal worked L-bracket to connect the frame with the legs.
I realized that the pre-drilled holes in the Hammerbach legs are not symmetrical. Therefore I had to design two versions of the L-brackets. One for the left side and one for the right side.
Here’s a total view to illustrate this a bit:
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The connection is made using ITEM T-Slot Nuts Profile Type 6 with a M6 Thread:

ITEM T-Slot Nut 6 St M6, bright zinc-plated

Drawings + 3D Models


Items / Products required:

PICDRAWPOSARTICLE NODESCRIPTIONQTYREMARK
010Hammerbach Table Legs/Lift1 Set
020L-Bracket (left side Version)2 piecesItem custom made by metal worker (see drawings for reference)
030L-Bracket (left side Version)2 piecesItem custom made by metal worker (see drawings for reference)
04041940T-Slot Nut 6 St M6, bright zinc-plated24 pieces
List of items used

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