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Ender 3 - Minimalist Rear Drawer

by jckz82 Sep 19, 2018
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Please change the description and write that is confirmed that it does NOT fit on Ender 3 Pro

Thank you very much! A perfect storage for all things I don't need every day and want to have next to my printer.

Nice design and Works great, Posted my make. Perfect for extra storage of those non-essential items.

A suggestion; you could probably cut out a large hole (diamond shape to avoid supports) on the bottom of the housing to save on materials and print time


Glad you enjoyed it!
Good advice, I will definitely add cutouts to the housing.

Works great, thank you! Getting the Y endstop back in is a little fiddly, what made it easy was the flexible shaft in my electronic repair tool set from Harbor Freight. Tough to get them back in using the stock alen key. Nice to have more storage for holding spare parts that you don't access frequently but still want on hand.

Glad you enjoyed the part!

Has anyone with an Ender 3 Pro confirmed if this fits? Thanks!

This does not fit the Ender 3 Pro. The Y-axis base is 40mm x 40mm which narrows the width of that space.

How do you re install the endstop once the Mount is in ?
there is no space to tighten the nuts that hold it in place .

Ken, thanks for bringing this up! I had uploaded an old version of the file.

I just uploaded the new version that includes a slot to re-install the endstop.

If you already printed the old version, you can simply drill a hole (see attached)

Yeah , thanks . pretty much figured that out and just drilled a couple of holes to get the bolts through .
Just thought there was some or other trick I hadn't figured out as yet .
thanks for responding.

What would you recommend for layer height and infill? Thanks!

I printed these parts with 100% infill. I did this by setting the wall width and top/bottom widths to 2mm. I'm very happy with the resulting strength of parts.
If you experiment with infill on this print, let me know your results!