Enclosure for Lulzbot Mini 3D Printer


15 in stock



 This Precision Acrylic enclosure by TabSynth Design Works LLC, is designed for the Lulzbot Mini 3D printer. Our enclosure fits closely into the panel openings on your printer reducing drafts on the print platform, the tendency for warping on larger prints, and improving print quality. Our enclosure is meant to reduce the environmental variables that can adversely impact your printing.
 Our quick and tool free tab-and-slot assembly is easy to install and doesn’t modify your printer frame. This enclosure includes side, bay and back insert panels for your 3D printer as well as a latched front panel with hinged door. Also included is a bracket for mounting a removable spool arm. Should you choose to modify or print a new spool arm, visit our Lulzbot Mini Spool Arm Upgrade page.
 TabSynth Design Works warrants this product against manufacturing defects only.

Printer not included.

Additional information

Weight 4 lbs
Dimensions 15 × 11 × 2 in

1 review for Enclosure for Lulzbot Mini 3D Printer

  1. sabre1700 (verified owner)


    Thank you so much for the detailed and kind review. We are glad you are happy with your enclosure. With regards to the top panel, we’d like to help you resolve this issue. We’ve only seen these with a couple of other customers. We believe that the problem lies in the misalignment of the X axis rail. This occurs when one of the Z axis steppers misses steps. The symptom is relatively easy to diagnose. With the head at the top of the machine (Z maximum/default position), and with the printer turned off, manually slide the print head left and right while observing the height, relative to the top edge of the printer case (obviously with the top panel removed). If you see the print head moving at a noticeable angle, relative to the case, that indicates that the X axis has become misaligned. To correct, simply turn one or the other Z axis ACME screws, until the head tracks level.

    If you could have a look at the X axis alignment on your machine, I’d be curious to know if that might be the cause of the interference.

    While the Lulzbot’s software automatically corrects for this misalignment, it can build up to a point that it interferes with the top plate, and potentially can lead to binding in the Z axis. Shimming the microswitch, as you’ve done, can also work well.

    Jim Rasmussen
    TabSynth Design Works LLC
    1214 Gilson St
    Madison, WI 53715

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