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heat cover, enclosed build space

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Hello,

After I had some trouble printing with abs and having cracks on big surfaces all the time I decided to construct a heat cover for the Ultimaker to keep the heat inside. After a couple of weeks of testing and designing I have finally a great heat cover.

As it took very long to construct, I want so share all the files with you. The whole heat cover is designed to be printed on the Ultimaker. I put very much effort in it as you can see on the final result. If you want the parts to print your own heat cover please download it on my website and don't share the files in the forum. As mentioned, It really took me quite a while to make it perfectly fit on the Ultimaker. Thanks. I hope you like it.

Visit the website for more information:

www.pimpmyultimaker.com

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