Prusa Mini 3D printer $10 foundation dampening to reduce noise using pavers, Stacked easily

In this video, we show you reduce noise and vibration from your 3D Filament printer using pavers from your home box hardware store. Total investment was $9.00 for both pieces. Since they are both 16×16, they stacked easily.

We bought these from Lowes here

If you do not have a home box store near you, see 16×16 pavers here

Forget using foam pads as other videos suggest, this is the best looking and most aggressive setup with the rubber paver on the bottom. MAKE SURE YOU SUBSCRIBE AND LIKE this video, we will post videos on many topics, and as usual, the majority of other videos sho the wrong technique, do not show the right steps and usually does not include the right ingredients in their projects.

Kia Forte Remote Start Install EASY! 2018 year with Compustar



Standalone: Standalone remote start w/ Bypass: Standalone remote start without Bypass: Standalone remote start ALARM system without Bypass:
Avital 4105:
Standalone 3x start units: DBALL2:
Programmer for DBALL:
ADS-AL-CA bypass:
Programmer for bypass (required):
Audiovox FLCAN:
Bypasses: Blade bypass: *** ADS-AL-CA bypass:
Programmer for bypass (required): ***
Audiovox FLCAN:
Connectors: 3M T-taps: (red for thinner, blue for thicker wires, yellow for thickest wires) MALE spade connectors into the T-Taps: S
tainless steel self tapping screw:
Butt Connectors:
3M ring terminal:
Tape and Solder: 3M 33+ Electrical tape, used:
3M 1700 Electrical Tape:
Portasol Butane Soldering:
Ryobi Cordless soldering:
Non stick gaffer tape:
TOOLS: Pry Tools:
Fluke Meter: Fluke Probes:
Dewalt Light:
Ryobi Light: