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Printer Front Cover, Ultimaker 3 Extended
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Front cover for the Ultimaker 3 Extended. Designed for .093” thick Plexiglas or lexan. I do not know the opening dimensions for the regular Ultimaker 3 for cutting the Plexiglas/lexan. I imagine 100mm less in length would work.
When not in use, the cover can hang on the side of the machine.
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Materials and methods
1) Printed: Top 1.stl
2) Printed: Top 2.stl
3) Printed: Bottom 3.stl
4) Printed: Bottom 3.stl
5) Sheet of .093” thick Plexiglass or Lexan 11” x 16 5/8”
6) Super Glue, Gel type works well
7) ¼” drill bit, small pilot drill recommended.
8) Sand Paper, 220 or 320 grit if needed
1) Print the top and bottom pieces.
2) Sand and check fits if needed.
3) Cut and drill Plexiglas/lexan as shown.
4) Insert and glue the “bottom 1” piece to the glass, note orientation in image.
5) Assemble and glue the “bottom 2” piece to the other side of the glass, note orientation in image.
6) Glue “top 1” and “top2” pieces together, note orientation in image.
7) Glue top pieces to the glass with pegs inserted into the drilled holes on the glass.
8) Hang cover onto the machine and center it over the opening.
9) Mark the top screw locations on the glass.
10) Drill ¼” holes for clearance of the screws.
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