1. Printing instructions

Step 1 Printing materials:

 

We do all the design with PETG. PETG is strong and easy to print. It is the same material as printer parts.
All files are easy to print with PETG prusament. We used default PrusaSlicer material profile for PETG.

Number of spool:

For a basic set-up, you need 930 grammes of filament. Please take in consideration that in case of failed print, you will need more.
For a lot of mod, you will need 1700 grammes of filament.

Step 2 Printing parameters:

 

Layer thickness:

We recommend 0.2mm layer thickness.

Nozzle diameter:

Alls design is made and tested with standard 0.4mm nozzle diameter. Printing with a larger nozzle will generate assembling issues.

Infill & perimeters:

For the 8 corners of the box: we recommend 60% infill with 2 perimeters OR 30% infill with 4 perimeters.
Other parts can be printed with 30% infill and 2 perimeters.

Supports:

Parts are designed to be printed without support.

Step 3 Printing files:

 

Step 4 Corners, feet and logo:

 

01_enclosure_corner_p1
Corners part 2
logo
01_enclosure_corner_p1 Corners part 2 logo

For the 8 corners of the box: we recommend 60% infill with 2 perimeters OR 30% infill with 4 perimeters.

If you are not confident on bed adhesion, we recommend to use brim on vertical parts.

You can choose to print the logo plate in one or two pieces.

  • Two pieces is easier to print
  • One piece is better if you want to install it on the outside of the box to hide our logo “PRUSA BOX”

 

Files : 01_main_frame_part1

01_main_frame_part2

logo_plate_1part

logo_plate_2parts

Step 4 Air vent:

 

This file includes the 3 parts for side ventilation, and one to ventilate the motherboard.

This last can be replaced by two other ventilation possibility, you can find it on the EINSY board cooling mod (Work in progress…)

 

Files : 02_air_vent

Step 5 Printer’s feet:

 

elastomer dampers
genuine dampers
squash balls
elastomer dampers genuine dampers squash balls

Choose the parts you need and that go with your printer :

MK3s+ / MK3s: genuine Prusa dampers OR squash balls OR elastomer dampers (available on our shop here)

Bear kit / MK2: squash balls

 

Files : PB_feet_elastomer

printer_feet_genuine_dampers_base_mk3s

printer_feet_squash_balls

printer_feet_bear

Step 6 Control panel:

 

control panel
empty panel
control panel empty panel

For a basic set up, you will need to print these two files : in the first one is the front and back parts for original Prusa LED mount, and in the second one is the cover for the right side of the front’s slot.

 

Files : 04_control_panel

04_empty_panel

Step 7 Cable management:

 

cable management
cable management vertical
cable management cable management vertical

First file includes parts to hide and secure cables from the LCD panel to the power supply and Einsi board.

The second file has to be printed if you plan to install LED and/or Fan.

 

Files : 05_cable_management

05_cable_management_vertical

Step 8 Hinges and locks:

 

hinges
locks
to_filament_guide
hinges locks to_filament_guide

Two first files includes all necessary lock and hinges dor 2mm tick doors.

Third and fourthe files if you chose 3mm thick doors.

Last file includes top filament guide.

 

Files : 06_top_filament_guide

06_doors_hinge_2mm

06_doors_lock_2mm

06_doors_hinge_3mm

06_doors_lock_3mm

Step 9 PSU:

 

PSU
black PSU
silver PSU
Silver PSU cover
mk3s bracket
mk2s bracket
PSU black PSU silver PSU Silver PSU cover mk3s bracket mk2s bracket

First file to print depends on your PSU’s color: black or silver.

Then print the replacement bracket depensing on your printer : mk2s or mk3s.

Files : 07_PSU_black

07_PSU_silver

07_PSU_silver_cover

07_mk3s_replacement_bracket

07_mk2s_bracket

You have now all the base parts for your box !