Tell us about yourself!

Complete Your Profile
  • 3d Printer Enclosure From Upcycled Furniture

    I used these, which are meant for glass / plexiglass:https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00XX0ZU40/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1I had a 1" hole saw (25.4mm) which I was able to make work with the 26mm hinges. The plexiglass was also a little thinner than what the hinge is designed for, but I just 3d printed a simple "O" shaped spacer which worked great. They are not very expensive and for me the durability, adjustability, and flexibility of the hinges offered a lot of benefit over anything I could buy or build for less. Plus they "cam in" and sit flush when close, plus the flushness can be adjusted.It's been a while since I did this, but I believe I printed a little jig that i used to drill the holes. Then I mounted the hinges on the plexi...

    see more »

    I used these, which are meant for glass / plexiglass:https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00XX0ZU40/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1I had a 1" hole saw (25.4mm) which I was able to make work with the 26mm hinges. The plexiglass was also a little thinner than what the hinge is designed for, but I just 3d printed a simple "O" shaped spacer which worked great. They are not very expensive and for me the durability, adjustability, and flexibility of the hinges offered a lot of benefit over anything I could buy or build for less. Plus they "cam in" and sit flush when close, plus the flushness can be adjusted.It's been a while since I did this, but I believe I printed a little jig that i used to drill the holes. Then I mounted the hinges on the plexi and held that up to mark where the hinges went.

    View Instructable »
  • 3d Printer Enclosure from Upcycled Furniture

    Here's mine. Ended up printing a few of the parts that were needed.A lot more cables than one would think. Octopi, two lights, webcam, fan, power, .......

    View Instructable »