- Dec 15, 2007
Thats is awesome! So fkin tidy!
How did you plan the hole placement for the wires? eye balled it? cardboard mockup?
The PSU ones don't really matter. I wanted them offset from the connectors on the motherboard. But for the wires running underneath the motherboard I did measure.
You can probably count my sanding time in days not hours. I sand w/ 80 grit over and over to eliminate most of the lines from 3d printing. Some of the edges of a part may not have been sanded as well if I could affect the fitment.looking great! the texture that the 3d printing process leaves works great for your case. is there a finishing process you are doing to the pieces after printing or is it mostly raw? looking forward to some photos of the overall case when you finish.
2 walls @ 0.65mm each generally. The feet have 5 or so for strength. I don't use a lot of infill, generally 15%. You don't need to take off a lot of material when sanding, I'm only trying to remove the ridges. But sanding PLA is time consuming.So if I'm reading some of the older posts correctly... you print the parts but then you use epoxy + sanding when joining them to smooth them out? What infill / wall count are you using? (I'm curious because you appear to be able to do some sanding for fit which suggests either 100% infill or a fairly high wall count).
As always.... love your work!