Up! Plus+ Enclosure
by DytHlt, published
Printable Enclosure Frame for UP! Plus+
Front is hinged to swing away for acess to the build platform.
Does not cover electronics
All the individual STL Files can be found in the .zip file.
Please note, the enclosure requires (2x) Part #4. Print 2 of these.
All parts have their number stamped into the inside corner/face so you don't loose track of what's what.
Use your favorite Filament Spool Holder and Filament Clip, But note that the OEM one will not work.
Be cautious during prints. The sharp edges have a tendency to lift/warp out of their support material until 4 or 5 layers are printed on top of them. Orient them to print best on your setup.
You will need 10 M3x10mm Screws. (possibly a few longer ones as well, depending on your filament and spool holders)
.093" Acrylic or Polycarbonate Sheet, commonly available at Home Depot.
Print All Parts
Cut out the windows to the correct size shown in the pictures. The measurements are exact size, I reccomend you minus ~1 or 2 mm to give yourself some clearance.
Screw 1, 1B, 2B, 6, and 6B onto printer.
Dry fit all other pieces together on the printer with the windows in place before gluing anything together.
Take Pictures and Post!
Thanks to gillespinault for creating the laser cut window files.
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