Ender 3 pro enclosure

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I have been working on an enclosure for the Ender 3 pro for quite a while now and I’ve finally finished it. The difference of this enclosure compared to most of them out there is that the printer with enclosure is still one piece. Another advantage is that the power supply is not inside the chamber so it should stay cooler.

WARNING: As you probably have guessed, this is a LOT of work. I’ve had the most fun doing it, but I went a bit far. In the videos I show that I put inserts in all corner pieces but this is not necessary, even more work and I recon not everyone has these inserts.

Please contact me if you are as mad as me and want to build this thing because there will probably be some questions. It is in an early stage and I’m not sure if I’m ever going to upload a waterproof package with full explanation due to the enormous amount of work. If it turns out that more people are interested I have to make better documentation but for now I don’t think this will be the case.

I have made two videos about this project


Print Settings

Printer: Creality CR-10
Rafts: No
Supports: Yes
Resolution: 0.2
Infill: 30%
Filament: PETG


Infill and support differ per piece. Some pieces need to be rotated in order to lay flat on the build plate. I assume that you have enough experience with printing if you are brave enough to make this thing.

Parts needed

I recon that not many people are going to build this thing, but for the people who dare to do this, this is what you need:

Things you need:

  • 60-70 m6 nuts and washers
  • 7× 1m m6 threaded rods
  • 20 m4 nuts and washers
  • 5× 1m m4 threaded rods
  • m4 and m6 tap to tap the corner pieces
  • a laser cutter to cut all pieces
  • 4× m3×10 bolts for the front panel

Maybe I’ve missed a thing so please contact me if you want to make this yourself.


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