Using foam to reduce 3d printer noise

I reduced the amount of noise the printer transfers to the table, as the table was acting as a loud speaker amplifying all noises. The result was very good with noticeable improvement and with the printer sounding smoother, as if I've had lubricated it.

One problem of using foam is that the printer bends to the heavier side requiring an extra conic piece of foam, as you can see on the right.


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