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I have a question. This summer I started to have humidity issues with my filament. Anything left out could get in the upper 60s. I built 2 60 quart dry boxes. This keeps my stored filament in the low 20s. I'm lazy so I dont remove my filament after every print. I just dont have room to make a storag...
ok it works! silent.... I need to do some serious wiring but first gotta install my stepper dampeners. I will have to reprint the PS cover. I did it in a bad orientation for speed.
Getting further well over 24hrs stock fan hasn't come on. I am reading 25c-29c at power supply heat sink. I think it should be fine in the vertical position cause thats the way the fins point anyway.
Im back with updates. The box is coming along nicely. 20180820_082145.jpg In my quest for cooling and silence though is now the main story. I started to monitor my temps on the stepper motors. X,Y and extruder. My X and Y can hit up to 59c. I know this is within specs but why not get it better. I ad...
Few more updates. I got rid of the 24v fan and went the buck converter route like others but with a 120 instead of the 80mm. Now the 40mm on the hotend is louder. It seems to still push a decent amount of air. 20180814_092746.jpg I got rid of the taco shell box and started work on my wire distributi...
I have been doing some upgrades. Some I havent found on the forum maybe they can give some ideas. Plus maybe some can throw some ideas my way. 1) I wanted to quiet down the machine. I bought stepper dampeners. I have seen 80mm fan swaps. Well I thought Id go big and do a 120mm. I bought a Noctua 24v...
Once I get home on business now I will see what I have. There were a lot of changes. I wanted to learn how to design a round object. Hence the idea of a clock. It was made to bolt together with minimal glue. In the end I glued almost it all together.
- Tue Mar 27, 2018 7:52 pm
- Forum: User's Gallery
- Topic: Designing and printing an external GPU enclosure for my laptop. Picture heavy.
- Replies: 8
- Views: 2482
Looks great though if I remember correctly. Stickers add more HP than hard logos. Great job so far