Acrylic Sides for FlashForge Creator

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Acrylic Sides for FlashForge Creator by tedlarson92 Sep 24, 2013


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Drandolph published a great set of files to easily cut out a hood, and sides for the Replicator 1, to enclose the build area, and prevent drafts while printing with ABS. I have these installed on my Rep. 1 Dual and they work great. When I got a FlashForge Creator, I cut out a 2nd set, and was all ready to just put them on, when I realized....oh no...the side openings are slightly different. Anyway, here are updated side pieces you can cut out on a laser cutter. Combine them with the Drandolph hood, and front, and you are good to go!

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Fits perfectly thank you so much!

You mentioned using the drandolph hood on your Creator. I know the dimensions of the Replicator and the Creator are not quite the same. Did you modify the hood plans as well, or are they close enough that it works out? Thank you for these side panels. I like your solution the best of all I have seen.

I've made a set of this, it works out. It's very slightly off, but not enough to really notice. I didn't even know about it until you said something!

I just got a FlashForge Creator. Can you tell me where you got these cut and how much it cost? I am looking at building my own enclosure with limited funds.