This is a remix of the Tinker-Friendly LACK Enclosure designed by zuspiel. It is designed for Mainstays Parsons End table. because the table itself is smaller in the x and y, my Anet A8 will have to be installed at a 45-degree angle to the table. Because the legs also incredibly short, I had to lengthen the extention.
Once printed, the dimensions appear to be almost right, but it requires a tiny bit of pressure to seat, and there was a noticeable seam. I did not personally mind it, but if the diameter of the knob on the top half were reduced by a millimeter or two, it would make it pretty seamless.
The finished setup utilizes yoga mat material, and I have used some brackets (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2001275) to hold it down and help reinforce the frame.
Used the "High Speed" print profile on the NewMatter store, and bumped up the infill to 25%. While both pieces would fit on the print bed, I left it at one piece at a time to minimize filament waste in the case of a failure or needing to print another piece because one breaks.
It can be hard to screw these down with a drill because most adapers are just too wide or too short. Thankfully, I had an extender that reached down far enough and was slim enough.
I took the design, loaded it into Tinkercad, and shrank the x and y by 6 mm. The knob on the top half came out broken in Tinkercad, so I had to repair it. Once that was done, I stretched the z.