Tevo Little Monster Duet3D Cover
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Another cover for the stock controller board box on the Tevo Little Monster Delta 3D printer. It fits the Duet3D controller board (not the stock MKS).
The concept is simply to make use of the two blue LEDs hanging about, illuminating the Tevo logo through a transparent backplate when printing. The logo is gradiently lit with red from beneath when not heating/printing.
I've also moved the red LEDs from the power box to the controller box, and added them to the mix. Merry X-mas :)
I plan to do some modifications, including adding a specific version for the wifi edition without the ethernet port, and probably redoing the Duet3D text extrusion and separating out the bed lights in a custom extrusion. I will also add a LED fixture for the back-plate when I get the time to do so. I currently use transparent tape.
Tevo Little Monster
Print the cover in a solid non-transparent material. I used black PLA+. For the backplate I used a transparent PETG filament.
If you are using Simplify3D, the plate looks cooler if you match the infill-angle of the top layer with the featured left-side cover angle.
If everything is hunky dory, the backplate with the extruded logo should fit into the cutout on the cover plate.
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