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Enderfeet v2 - Low profile shock absorbing feet for Ender 3

by sirxaph Sep 23, 2018
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These work good. I went to 6 instead of 4 at first on an Ender 3 and noticed, a subjective, difference in flexing (dampening). I also like that it makes it easier to insert the micro SD in the front. Haven't gotten to modding that up yet.

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those should fit in any 20x20 profile machine, why just market it for ender 3? :D

Great!!!!

The vibration that had been transmitted to the floor disappeared, and it became surprisingly quiet!

Thanks!!!!

UPDATE: You can actually feel them compressing with the printer vibrations, they actually work.

Glad they're working for you :)

I printed these overnight, they take a while but worth the wait. No issues printing at the recommended settings is PLA, I will likely also add rubber to their base as my stand is a little slippery.

I'll be printing this in TPU later on tonight, thanks!

did you ever print these from TPU? Were they too squishy to support the weight?

I printed 95a tpu at 20% and 100% infill. The 100 was much more stiff and the 20 was on the “squishier” side. Ended up going with 35 % for “perfect” dampening, def not too squishy to hold the weigh. Sits good and shocks well.

I would adjust the springiness by altering flow and / or temperature. infill % wouldn't usually make a difference to the spring, because there's no room for infill even with a single wall.