STL Design Shared

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Re: STL Design Shared

Postby 3D MAKE » Fri Feb 17, 2017 7:17 pm

Ducts originals are not of great quality, my parents are deformed after a few dozen hours printing .. now I have a couple printed with colorfabb XT filament and seem to work well

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Re: STL Design Shared

Postby sylus » Fri Feb 17, 2017 7:59 pm

lami3d wrote:Hello,

So, could you can share a stl file (or .obj or other) of this new design here µ?

Thanks in advance

Yes share it please, ASA printed should be nice

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Re: STL Design Shared

Postby lami3d » Wed Feb 22, 2017 11:25 am

I think PC, colorfabb HT or Taulman Blueprint will be the best for heat resistance

But, is it possible to get this file please ?

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Re: STL Design Shared

Postby Jetguy » Wed Feb 22, 2017 1:38 pm

I got got my brand new N2Plus and saw that there is now a printed plastic cover over the IEC power connector receptacle rear in the base of the machine. Can you share that STL so that those with early Kickstarter machines can retrofit?

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Re: STL Design Shared

Postby walshlg » Thu Feb 23, 2017 2:16 pm

Jetguy - PLease post a pic


Jetguy wrote:I got got my brand new N2Plus and saw that there is now a printed plastic cover over the IEC power connector receptacle rear in the base of the machine. Can you share that STL so that those with early Kickstarter machines can retrofit?

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Re: STL Design Shared

Postby 3D MAKE » Fri Feb 24, 2017 3:20 pm


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Re: STL Design Shared

Postby Jetguy » Fri Feb 24, 2017 6:41 pm

Here is that picture of the latest N2Plus that has a cover over the IEC power cord inlet.
Since this is clearly a printed part, wondering if Raise 3D can share for retrofitting to my earlybird N2 which is exposed.
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IMG_0463[1].JPG

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Re: STL Design Shared

Postby Vicky@Raise3D » Sat Feb 25, 2017 3:48 pm

Yes, we opened molding for the newly made fan cover. And due to V2 hotend is a little longer than V2, so we also increase the length a little this time.
Here is the STL:
35-fancover-V2 type.STL
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35-fan-bottomcover-V2 type.STL
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Re: STL Design Shared

Postby Jetguy » Sat Feb 25, 2017 4:30 pm

Vicky, could you find the power socket cover I just posted the picture of?? I know it's 3D printed so that means somebody has the STL at the factory. Just trying to add safety for those of us with early N2 and N2Plus from the kickstarter. I had used a big piece of heatshrink to make mine safer but there is exposed mains 110 on the backside of the IEC power entry panel between the input and the fuse (the metal bus bar).
Again, earlybird N2 picture under the printer
IMG_0464[1].JPG


Here is the 3D printed version as seen on my new N2Plus
IMG_0463[1].JPG

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Re: STL Design Shared

Postby Vicky@Raise3D » Sun Feb 26, 2017 2:51 pm

Jetguy wrote:Vicky, could you find the power socket cover I just posted the picture of?? I know it's 3D printed so that means somebody has the STL at the factory. Just trying to add safety for those of us with early N2 and N2Plus from the kickstarter. I had used a big piece of heatshrink to make mine safer but there is exposed mains 110 on the backside of the IEC power entry panel between the input and the fuse (the metal bus bar).
Again, earlybird N2 picture under the printer
The attachment IMG_0464[1].JPG is no longer available


Here is the 3D printed version as seen on my new N2Plus
Power Socket Cover.STL
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Here it is. To install it, you need to replace the current two screws to be about M4*16, a little longer than current two.
Power Socket Cover.STL
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