A pair of clip-on hinges and a handle for a piece of 11x12 plexiglass to make a door for an Ultimaker 2. These hinges allow the door to open 270 degree, against the outside when you aren't using it.
There are two dimples for gluing in small magnets to the handle if you want a "latch" to keep it closed.
Why a door? I find it makes the bed plate heat up faster and I get less warping with ABS. It also reduces the noise a bit (the UM2 is pretty quiet already!)
You'll need a piece of clear plastic (plexiglass / acrylic / lexan) large enough to cover the door and not too much more.
The hinges are in two pieces, the parts with the screw holes connect to the door and slide onto the printer clips. After printing the hinges, melt or glue a piece of metal rod or a finishing nail down the center to the hinge post for added strength.
Clip the hinges to the front / side of the printer and adjust their position to your liking. Make sure the door will clear the knob and display, and opens fully. Mark where you will need to drill in four holes in the door for screws. Screw the hinges to the door and clip on the handle.
If you want the door on the left side, you can mirror the hinges before you print .(otherwise the door part of the hinge won't sit on the clip part)