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Hexagonic RUMBA/ RAMPS housing

by 4ndreas, published

Hexagonic RUMBA/ RAMPS housing by 4ndreas May 21, 2014


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this is the housing of my new Delta Printer. It should fit a RUMBA or RAMPS 1.4 and an 80 mm fan.
Its designed to fit on a 360 Watts with a size of 112x52x210 mm.

There are no mounts for the leds at the moment I just fixed them with hot glue.
I printed the coolFrame in back and clear for the cool glowing effect. The top is with honeycomb infill for better light scattering.

Is a set with

For more information about the printer visit my build blog:

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Hi, really cool design. Are u able to put STP files up for download?

I love this design and want to make one but I'm having trouble imagining how you could fit more than one of those coolframe parts together to achieve the flush finish in the pictures. Is there another part missing from this thing? maybe a newer file with spaces on the bottom to make them fit together lego style?

The lego system would be an idea.
But I used M3 thread rods, this works for now.

I see how you hold them together, but screwing multiple of that file together looks like it is bound to have gaps on the sides in between parts. The sides in the photos look flush with each other somehow?