Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Forsberg Customs, 10 Feb 2019.
Great job!! I love that effect on gpu
Thanks man! I wish you could see it irl since this is a typical "it looks better irl" type of build but i can see your point ;D.
Hehe yea there is some filler and sanding job done on this one ;D.
I skiped the logo on purpose to still have some element of the 3d-printing in there.
The thing is since im quite new to the 3d-printing world i used the included software with my printer which has alot of those settings pre programmed. The layer height is 0.15mm and yea if you are not going for the obvious 3d-printed look there is some sanding to be done for sure.
Thanks man! yea it turned out quite nice
Cable look so good, I never seen such a brilliant idea like this before
Thank you! Im glad you liked it
Nice work on the case, good use of the capacity of 3D printing. It's not mentionned in the build log, but what filament are you using? PLA or ABS?
Thank you very much! This is the filament im using https://www.creedo3d.se/produkt/esun-pla-filament-kallvit-175-mm-1-kg/
Great project and final result! I voted for this for mod of the month. However, I hope the paint provides some thermal insulation, because PLA is not the best material choice. Don't get me wrong, I have used PLA in a few builds, but near heatsinks it will not hold its shape for long. You might want to try PETG or annealed modified PLA (HTPLA) for 3d printing parts near hardware that gets hot. There seems to be enough air gap though on this build, so no panel will bow or deform I think, at least not as fast or as easy for eSun PLA+. My blue PLA ITX cover was fine for 2 years, but the deformation near the 24pin happened/was noticeable (without creating any functional issue though) in about 6 months into using the system daily. So keep an eye on the 3d printed panels that get hot air.
Looks good! Keep it up!
Thank you very much dude and yea PLA might not have been the greatest choice but it seems fine for now but I'm definitely going to keep an eye on it .
I really like the sleeve cables and the RAM, nice job!
Thank you very much dude!
Good evening people! For anyone looking to do something fiddly to do this weekend i have a perfect project for the you. All of the files for MK3D is now live on thingiverse for anyone to download and build. ( also included a list of everything you'll need in terms of bolts etc. )
If anyone decides to conquer this project i would love to see it, if you upload an image to social media tag me in it ( im @forsbergcustoms everywhere ).
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