The simple servo bed was a touch too big for my UP! Pro 3D printer so I had to tilt 45 degrees on the vertical to fit into my print volume. Given the height of the resulting print, I had to use the stable support option which took a lot of filament to make the support and a lot of extra print time. You can see the finished print here.
The extent of the support structure needed is quite clear.
You can get an idea of the nature of the paper-thin support structure in this pic of the support structure being removed.
While the removal of the support structure looks like a formidable task, as a practical matter it took less than ten minutes to clean it from the print.
The cover, not pictured, required a similar support structure. It was considerably more fragile than the bed and required greater care in removal from the support structure. I was able to do that successfully, however.