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Redbrickman

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Wow, that Idea solution is pretty fancy!!! If I was planning on doing a lot of ABS, etc. printing, I'd be interested.

... but I'm more of a $15 quick tent kind of guy ;)
 

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Canon were, BUT 3D are better.
This has to be the best Ikea Lack 3D printer enclosure design yet. Clever design has made it easy to remove the "hood" when you need good access to the machine, and for a modest price you have a better chance of succeeding with ABS and other temp sensitive filaments...
I reckon I’d fancy that enclosure but was wondering if I had enough room for it, I am so use to wide open space around the printer now it would take some getting use to it, but it does look real cool..
 

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I'd check the dimensions of the CR10 first to be sure it would fit. The best bit for me was the ease of lifting off the top section to work at the printer as many designs are poor as far as access. No point in having an enclosure if you have to jump through hoops to get at the printer parts to make any adjustments.
 
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