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  • 19/11/2021

    Great product. Exactly as described.

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  • 21/05/2021

    The lid was very good. The temperature and humidity sensor destroyed itself trying to put it in.

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  • 16/01/2022

    The cover came to me broken in the front right corner due to shipping and the way it was packaged. I want my money back or ship another one.

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  • 18/01/2022

    All ok would recommend

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  • 26/06/2021

    It's a good cover but it's the only cover I've found that's not DIY. The one downside for me is that, even though the top is split into 2 parts that lift up, it's not very easy to work with as far as leveling your bed and stuff. The lid barely holds into the frame of the printer and when you are having either of the lids open it's prone to fall out of the tracks of the frame meaning the lid comes off easily as you're trying to work on your printer. Still, a good cover. Matches the Creality side panels pretty well. It also came with a few minor scratches that I don't really care about.

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  • 31/08/2021

    thi lid works, but you will need to modify your enclosure or modify the mounting points in order for you to use this top cover without it rubbing on the filament feeder tube or the electrical conduit. Use a cable chain for the wiring, and you will need to make some spacers to lift top cover hgher to clear the filament feeder tube. Then you will need to fill the holes you have created.

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  • 05/08/2021

    $4 out of 5, because it has some minor issues; -When you open the lid, the sides of the half still in contact with the printer tend to bulge outward, and this can cause the unit to fall onto the printer. Don't open when it's printing! You could 3d print something to mitigate this. -The thermometer protrudes into the case too much and could cause the filament tube to catch on it. I pulled mine out again(which pretty much breaks it) and covered the hole with tape -It really needs to be about 2-3cm higher for the cables and filament to run under. The cable can be solved by 3dprinting a chain to run the cable in . They're on thingiverse. Overall an improvement for the printer and worth it for someone printing ABS/ASA/PA

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  • 23/11/2021

    not bad, sits on the machine perfectly. Would be helpful if it had a guide, or something that will hold it in place. when opening, it tends to fall sideways. Other than that, not bad.

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  • 14/05/2021

    When he lifts the front he holds up badly and falls off. I think, I don't know yet, that he will make his rabbit to be able to print more technical filaments like ABS, ASA, etc.

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  • micmac2

    good cover for Ender6, but doesn’t hold well in place without printing some extras to help

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