As many of us CR-1O owners do, I complained about the noise my machone made. And as many of us do, i bought vibration dampeners for my motors and attempted to put them on. Unlike many others, i fotgot to buy extra screws that are short enough to fit into the motor, as the stock screws are not long enough to fit into the motor through the dampener. Instead of forking out for new screws, i decieded to 3D Print a solution, and this is it. It is an almost exact copy of the existing belt cover that comes stock on the machine, except that two of the holes are recessed by 6mm, long enough for the screws to tighten nicely into the motor. This solution works perfectly, and in my opinion, looks better than extra hardware. The cover featured on my machine is slightly modified, with a logo added for extra flare. Feel free to do the same with yours, as i have added the Fusion file so you can do the same!
Printed on my CR-10S at 0.2mm layer height at 35% infil, no support or plate adhesion, sliced in cura.
It may be an idea to increase the infil, as the two posts in the middle of the cover need to be solid plastic, because the stock screws for the end stop must thread these to hold on tightly. 35%