Resized for use in an Ender 3 Pro. See below notes for resizing and installation tips.
Inland (eSun) PLA+
Very low infill as it just needs to resist a little rubbing and the cables are not that rough. Resized according to OttToyBoy's excellent suggestions:
- Import the .stl into Cura (it will be oriented with the flange at the top)
- Rotate 180 degrees so that the flange is on the bottom
- Select the "scale" operator at the left menu and:
Uncheck the box: "uniform scaling"
X-scale: 62.5% (This will reduce x from 50 mm to 31.25 mm)
Y-scale: 62.5% (This will reduce y from 25 mm to 15.625 mm)
Z-scale: 100% (leave at 43.6 mm)
INSTALLATION: My cables were in a woven mesh sleeve and the thing didn't want to slide in. Since I couldn't see what it was catching on I didn't want to just shove, so I removed the three bottom screws on the cable housing. This will NOT allow you to remove it - there are two more screws on the top - but it will allow you to CAREFULLY swing it open far enough to slip the protector into the channel. Note that one of the screws is longer, that one goes toward the back if you mix them up. One of the Allen wrenches that came with your Ender Pro 3 will fit the screws.
You will need to pull the wrapped cables out of the channel a little bit, rotate the protector around behind them and pop it into position, and then realign everything. Plenty of clearance to replace the cover. The flange goes "up" - toward the bed of the machine - and "back" - toward the back of the bed.