I wanted to make an inexpensive enclosure to fit my Monoprice Maker Select Plus.
The whole thing was a total cost of just $8. And the only reason it was that much is because I wanted windows. These corners are made to fit the Black Foam Board that is sold at the Dollar Tree. It can be easily taken apart and moved. Or you can use just a little Super Glue and make it permanent. Still super light and easy to move. (Just in case you want to move it to another printer like I do).
8 - Enclosure_Corner_5MM
5 - black foam boards from Dollar Tree (4 sides and top)
(optional) 3 - 11X14 or 5X7 picture frames from Dollar Tree. One for left and right sides. And one for front door. I used the 11X14.
I cut holes in the sides and super glued the picture frames (with frames still on) to the outside. I then took the glass out of the third frame. Cut a whole in the front board. And used black duct tape to make a hinge. Then cut a whole in the top board to make room for the filament. (I later bought a large clear Tupperware like bowl to set on the top so I could still see the filament.
(optional parts) All if these parts can be put on with super glue.
Reversable Hinges - https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1209695
Handle - https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:159408
Door Latch - https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:329080
The glass may be a little heavy for just 2 hinges. I would use more than just 2. Or use the black duct tape to help hold it between the hinges.
On my second build of this I used magnetic tape strips to keep the door closed.
I also used the printed hinges and the handle.
This thing was made with Tinkercad. Edit it online https://www.tinkercad.com/things/38gsQhEunzl