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yankhr

Noise insulation box

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Hi guys,

I have my Ultimaker in my office and my colleagues arent too happy about the constant R2D2 sounds. Any of you has built a box for the ultimaker to block the noise? Or any other ideas how to lower the noise?

I already build these:

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:25950

But that's not a real improvement. I think the noisiest parts are the motors for the X and Y axis.

I'm thinking more of a wooden box with a layer of foam inside or so...

Regards,

Hannes

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