The original post for the printer box can be found here: http://www.igorkromin.net/index.php/2013/05/26/a-clear-acrylic-box-for-the-portabee-3d-printer-part-1-making-the-box/.
In terms of the printer itself I've made the following changes:
- Started using the more robust 53-tooth gear for the extruder. Found here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:138422
- Added a z-axis stabiliser. Found here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:181348
- Added a rear cooling fan. Found for it is found here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:542112
- Added the Y Brace Mod to the y-axis carriage. Found here: http://portabee3dprinter.com/support/portabee-kit-docs/
- Added MOLEX-type connectors on most motors and the heating plate to aid in quick removal
For the box itself, these were the changes:
- Added cable covers to hide cables running to the webcam and to hide some other cables that were messing up the interior of the box
- Added a webcam
- Repositioned the door so that it swings open sideways now instead of having to lift it up
- Adding throw switches to turn the extractor and cooling fans on/off
- Covered all the holes that were drilled in the box with blue 3D printed washers and bolts
Here are some of the photos with the new additions. I have something bigger planned for the 3D printer soon, including a redesign of the entire base and y-axis mounts so keep tuned.