3D printing is serious business in Studio Mensink. Special dust covers were made for protection. A bit more info and a bill of materials you can find here.
Vincent Mensink of Studio Mensink is a regular customer. He works on product design and special props and effects. He has to come up with ingenious constructions to make these designs work. He loves MakerBeam (10x10mm), MakerBeamXL (15x15mm) and OpenBeam, especially the profiles anodised in black.
MakerBeam is used a lot in combination with items that are ready available and custom 3D printed items. To create these custom 3D printed parts he has a few Ultimakers lined up.
You will notice the dust covers on these Ultimakers. These covers were especially designed by Vincent to fit the Ultimaker. You can find the special designed brackets and the bill of materials on Thingiverse. You can also find the bill of materials below.
Dust cover designed for the Ultimaker 2+
The Acrylic lasercut plates slide into the MakerBeam frame.
The 3D printed brackets lock the cover into place.
• 1x Top-300,56mm x 300,56mm (2mm acrylic)
• 4x Side-200,56mm x 300,56mm (2mm acrylic)
• 4x DustCover Bracket (3 walls/100%fill)