I just build my i3 Mk2s and it prints like a boss!
Basically I'm super happy with it, but since we live in an open rooftop I do have to quite the printer down. After installing some antivibration feet, wich allready helped a lot, I'm convinced that the next step would be an enclosure, also since Thomas Sanladerer made some tests and promotes it for further printing quality improvements.
The only thing I'm worrieng about is if the whole system might heat up way too much and starts catching fire since all the heat is captured within the enclosure.
So some questions pop up I would be super happy to get some thoughts an opinions on:
How warm can it get within the enclosure before failures occure?
Is there maybe some internal shut down if a certain temperature is reached?
What is a good target temperature in order to increase printing quality?
Do I have to worry about it at all, since the heated bed and the nozzle is not enough get generate dangerous temperatures?
My target would be that the printer can run an 18H+ print within the enclosure and I don't have to worry burning my flat down!
Thank you very much in advance!