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An enclosure in a 3D printer refers to a protective covering that shields the entire printer or vital parts, helping maintain temperature consistency and protect users from potential accidents.

Full enclosure refers to a complete cover that envelops the entire printer, providing a controlled environment for optimal printing conditions. Meanwhile, a partial enclosure means that the protective caps are placed on specific critical parts of the printer to offer localized protection and temperature control.


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