These are to reduce the noise by replacing one of the wood mounting plates with a better sound absorbtion material. These are designs for printing in soft PLA or as use for templates for other material.
Will make a more complete write up once some more heat testing is done due to being printed in soft PLA. 2 versions, one for the x any axis motors printed .2mm narrower than the original for a rubber grommit on the bolts, and a z axis and extruder motor. So far no problems. Basics are:
- Print in soft PLA, or normal PLA to use as templates for other material.
- Remove the 1 motor mount plate that is closest to the wall and add this plate as replacement.
- Replace motor. I would check screws after a print to make sure they are still as tight as you want them and confirm belt tension has remained.
Note: In doing this I noticed that the stock POT setting from UM for the motors was much too high and the motors were burning. Tuned them back and now they are warm but you can keep your hand on them.