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R.U.M.B.A. Case with two 40mm or one 60mm Fan
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close the bottom of the box with kapton-tape (last pic)
box has 2mm walls
Download the Clips to Mount it on a MendeMax 1.5 or T-Max:
:) have phun
i´ve kicked out the 1.6mm wall Version...
Version with Slot to connect Display (Needs to be cutted after printing to get the cable in)
- Lid with 60mm Fanduct
- File: "Rumba_Case_V2_Diplay_Endstop_2mm_Walls_10mm_higher.stl"
- File: "Rumba_Case_V2_closed_bottom.stl" same but bottom closed with 0,6mm thickness to get rid of the kapton tape...
excanged the 40mm-Fan-Version with a thicker one wich also has Support for the overhang area. filename: Rumba_Lid_V2_2x40mm_Fan_Support.stl
added two files of the lid wich have 3mm thickness and no cutouts on the bottom.
mounting plates for OrdBot and DesignSpark file of the closed bottom Version of the box.
i´ve made a new Version, much more stable and with a lid wich takes a 80mm Fan and the Full Graphic Display:
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