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
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"I have downloaded but the merged print set ups are not there file names but 0 size."
I'm not sure what you mean. Everything in the download is working for me, try re-downloading.
There are several things that could improved. Feel free to make the changes, unfortunately I have other projects I'm working on and don't have time put any more work into this one.
I have downloaded but the merged print set ups are not there file names but 0 size.
Also I like the design but think that a filet on the edges instead of a chamfer would print better. I have sketchup but do not use it so will need to play with it to change .
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*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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