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5 hours ago, ShinGoutetsu said:

Haha thanks. Here's some pics of the case with inserts and magnets that hold the lid in place instead of screws.

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I REALLY want to build this and the more skills and tools I gain the more I like to build things myself instead of just buying them. However, I don't think my 3d printer is big enough and I just didn't want to spend the money on a printer with a big enough bed to print this. Are you able to print one in it's current form, or is it not finished yet?

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4 minutes ago, Bowlsnapper said:

I REALLY want to build this and the more skills and tools I gain the more I like to build things myself instead of just buying them. However, I don't think my 3d printer is big enough and I just didn't want to spend the money on a printer with a big enough bed to print this. Are you able to print one in it's current form, or is it not finished yet?

The first print is in progress. It's for an alignment check though.

The full case will be printed after I'm happy that everything lines up. Them the case files will be released.

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1 hour ago, Bowlsnapper said:

I wonder if it's possible to widen the bed on my Elegoo Neptune 4... it's just BARELY like an inch too narrow. :(

If it’s built like an ender you can buy the Aluminium square section and essentially cut your own that will give the area then you need a bigger heater bed. The heater beds are fairly generic across the market.  Then just get a bigger glass pad or magnetic sheet or what ever you use to match.

the printer parameters can be adjusted in Marlin software, so it can be told to expect a bigger bed. Slicer software obvs can be set up to what ever you want.

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6 hours ago, big F said:

If it’s built like an ender you can buy the Aluminium square section and essentially cut your own that will give the area then you need a bigger heater bed. The heater beds are fairly generic across the market.  Then just get a bigger glass pad or magnetic sheet or what ever you use to match.

the printer parameters can be adjusted in Marlin software, so it can be told to expect a bigger bed. Slicer software obvs can be set up to what ever you want.

@ShinGoutetsu I think you told me the bed size is 33CM, correct?

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