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Posted (edited) · Ultimaker Stepper Motor Enclosure

for Ultimaker 2 or 2+ I think....

I wanted to separate the printer room temperature somewhat from the stepper motors. That's why I've made shelter housing for it.

Left Side and Right Side

But I also cut holes in the back for fans and put the air out of the top. Of course you do not need that. 🙂











Edited by jeracom

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Posted (edited) · Ultimaker Stepper Motor Enclosure

I am sorry to say that you have made a solution for a problem that not exists. The little heat from the steppers is positive to the printing proces. Not negative.

Edited by rien1959

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