FlyingBear Ghost 5 enclosure: front cover/door
Finally I decided to buy another 3D printer, this time I choose the FlyingBear Gost 5. I buy it because for 250 € it has solved many problems of other printers like Ender or Artillery (with the same price).
I made a case because I would like to print a more dangerous material like ABS, and to do that I create two different rears of the top cover, one standard and one with a fan for extracting harmful fumes.
The result is this.
I’m very happy about that, so I’m going to share with all.
The front door is out of the box, because the head of the printer exit from the box, all the pieces are interlocking, and I used the screws only to join the two parts horizontally (but I have provided the slots for all holes).
To assembly all parts I use M3 pan head screw with the relative nut.
And for the door I use plexiglass 3mm width.
The frame have 4 pieces.
Here the hinge to hook the door.
- Flying Bear Ghost 5 enclosure: top cover
- Flying Bear Ghost 5 enclosure: front cover/door
- Flying Bear Ghost 5: Fan Duct with extended to fix cooling problems
- Flying Bear Ghost 5: simple spacer for dual drive extruder