Replicator 1. Hood and cover (no postprocessing)

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Replicator 1. Hood and cover (no postprocessing) by MakerBot_Europe Sep 26, 2012
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It made of 3mm Plexiglass. DXFs and STLs are here.


  1. Cover and hood sheets can be cut from 3mm acrylic
  2. Hinges, locks and L-connectors - ABS or PLA
  3. One of Hinges must be cut (Image)

a. The panels are made ​​in the same optics as the wooden cabinet.
b. no gluing, drilling, etc.
c. Our experience has shown that this protection is sufficient.

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The PDF says 432 x 280 and it says the scale is in cm but that is way off, thank you for the outlines though! This will be great for the replicator I use because it belongs to the college and I'd hate to have to drill holes in it!

The cover hinges are very good thank-you. Printed yesterday. I have added a top clip (see derivative) just to firm-up the front and sides. Other than that its a brilliant quick (and cheap) project.

Thank-you for all your hard work. 

I like that it looks like your Replicator has been taken over and operated by a Barrel of Monkeys. http://goo.gl/o23Qqhttp://goo.gl/o23Qq