Has anyone built an enclosure for their printer? My printer is sitting in a bit of a drafty room so I'm thinking of building an Ikea Lack enclosure. I'm getting tired of bigger prints lifting a corner because a cool breeze is causing the plastic to cool too quickly. (My theory, but not totally crazy since it happens on the same drafty corner each time it happens)
I've got some questions about building an enclosure:
Do I need to move the PSU to outside the enclosure?
From what I've heard the temps inside an enclosure are bad for the PSU so I'll need to relocate it. From what I can tell with the Ender 3 V2 Neo it looks like my PSU is wired directly in rather than having an easy connector that I can just get an extension for. I've never soldered wires so I'll learn if I absolutely have to, but I'd rather not risk cooking my board because I don't know what I'm doing. (This is information from the internet, I haven't yet removed the cover and checked)
Should I move anything else out of the enclosure?
I've got a micro SD to SD extender that will be mounted outside the enclosure so I can easily access the memory card and I don't wear out the mirco SD reader on the printer itself. Should I get an extender and move my screen to outside the enclosure as well? Does it matter?
Should I future proof now and get a fan built into the enclosure?
I don't plan on printing in ABS since it's not a great thing to do in a space you live in. I know the reason most people build an enclosure to begin with is in order to print with ABS. Should I future proof the build and plan for a fan system in there, or should I cross that bridge when and if I get to it? Will having a fan keep temps inside the enclosure down to the point where I wouldn't need to relocate the PSU, or would having a fan that strong create the same issue I'm building this enclosure to avoid?