This is a modified Prusa I3 LCD Cover that I made for myself while upgrading my Prusa I3 mk2.5 to Full Bear Chassis . I then made inlays for the Bear Endcaps too , just because it looks nicer :)
I printed made these using a manual color change configured as second extruder to get both colors on the same layer , but of course , if you have an MMU or Dual extruder printer , that setup will work too :)
As I got some requests for more information , I wrote a small Tutorial on how to print multiple colors on the same layer ( that procedure will work for these STL's and they are correctly aligned as designed )
You will find my tutorial at https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3278326
Here you will find the 12 STL files : If you have downloaded the STL's before December12th 2018 , please download the new versions again , as all the parts are now properly aligned together
- LCD Cover and Text Inlay for LCD Cover - MK2.5 Version
- LCD Cover and Text Inlay for LCD Cover - MK2S Version
- LCD Cover and Text Inlay for LCD Cover - MK3 Version
- LCD Cover and Text Inlay for LCD Cover - MK2.5s Version
- LCD Cover and Text Inlay for LCD Cover - MK3s Version
- Bear End Caps and its little bear inlay
and 6 AMF files , which always contain one part with its inlay correctly aligned .....
In my AMF files, the text and Inlays are using extruder 1 , so that color should be loaded first . The is one single color change after printing the inlay, all the rest is then using that color ....
WARNING !!! These AMF files were made in Slic3r Prusa Edition v1.41.0 and contain MY printer settings, they work for me , but you may have to change or adapt .... It is probably best to use your printer , filament and print settings after loading the AMF , but remember to adapt the extruder configuration . If you want to print this on a single extruder printer, please inform yourself on how manual color changes work .
Feel free to contact me here or in the "Prusa i3 Bear Upgrade" Facebook Group if you are unsure or have question , it's always better to ask a question then messing things up whilst doing Trial and Error :)
Have Fun !