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Shapeoko 2 gShield Enclosure

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Shapeoko 2 gShield Enclosure by pAIgn10 Jun 10, 2014
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This is a model of the gShield enclosure for the Shapeoko 2.

I had problems reading the original file properly, so I redesigned it.

For more information, look at the product page
https://www.inventables.com/technologies/gshield-enclosure--2
and the technical drawings there.

Don't pay attention to the details of the enclosure in the photos. It was a failed printing attempt.

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Hi, I am new to 3d printing and would like to know if you can share the name of the program or programs you used to build this file.
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You can use any CAD software you can find to design your object. One free alternative is FreeCAD. Then you need a program that will translate your object to instructions that your printer can execute. For that, you can use Cura, or whatever the manufacturer of your printer suggests.

Looks like a good idea, I have two questions though. What size is the screw you used for the lid? And I assume the screw holes on the top are for a fan? What size?

All the information you need is available on the official site (a link is provided in the description). If I am not mistaken, the screw holes, you mentioned, have a 3 mm and a 4 mm diameter, respectively.

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