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Because these printers (Dremel3D20) are heavy 7-8Kg with servo's playing discordant noise through feet, table floor and sometimes quiet regions of the house, I needed a damper/isolator. I tried http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:615325 but of course these were too weak to cope with the mass. I saw http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:213696 which gave me more ideas. This is split in two parts, feet inserts and damper rings.
Printed on Standard settings on Dremel 3D20 IdeaBuilder via Autodesk PrintStudio. You may also want to add self-adhesive rubber pads to add further damping and reduce creep.
First Part is a replacement for the standard black rubber foot in each corner of the printer. Its a curved section around 4-5cm in size. Remove them and replace with my angled foot which had two locating slots. These fit into the damper rings.
Take the damper rings and I added a small rubber self-adhesive pad to stop any creep of the printer on my desk - just in case. Fit two damper rings to each corner (needed for weight) and can only fit one way and your done. Blue dremel filament matches the blue lid :)
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