Clicky-Clack Fridge Door Kit for Voron V2 by LDO Motors

Include Front Panel?: Yes
Size: 300
Color: Blue
Sale price$63.99

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
It's a lovely door.

Straightforward to assemble. Instructions on the Github page.

Designed so that it can be lifted up and pulled out if you need to maintain your printer without the door getting in your way. No tools needed to uninstall.

The blue is very lovely. Looks like a brighter blue than anodized titanium actually.

Before you can install the door, make sure that all STL's are printed in the Github link. 1 of everything except for the Hinges. You'll need 2 of each for the sleeves and solids. Solids hold the pins, sleeves hold the linear bearings.

I found that the hardest part was installing the rubber seal. You get a rather strangely shaped rubber strip and I found that the indent in the middle wasn't for the acrylic front panel. If you tried to mount it that way, you would find that the panel does not slide in all the way. Instead, the indent fits onto the 2020 extrusion and the panel is inserted behind the rubber seal.

Love It

I love this door. It is so much better than the original one. The instructions could use a little more detail. But fortunately I was able to watch the West3D video for the build and also ask on Discord so had no trouble figuring out what I needed to understand. The kit needs to have the T-Nuts and foam around the edge added. Otherwise it was easy to build and looks and works fantastic.

Chad Condon
High quality, but incomplete

This includes *almost* all the parts needed to build the mod. The parts that are included are high quality. It is notably missing T-nuts and 3mm foam tape.


Clicky-Clack Fridge Door Kit designed by whopping, a great one piece door makes for smooth and satisfying opening and closing (and clicking!) smoothly and close with nice sound.

This kit comes with either a premium Cast Acrylic front panel or not (you make that selection), and all the extrusions and hardware required (no printed parts).

Please note - because extrusions were anodized in a different batch than your LDO printer kit there might be a slight variation between color. This is true for all LDO Clicky-Clack Fridge Door Kits sold.

The purchase of this item helps support the designer of this mod. Thank you for your contribution to this community.

Check out our short video providing an overview of the set we installed on Allen's V2! You may need 3mm thick tape, we have it here.

From GitHub
Inspired by Doc's fridge door mod and the EZBake Trident Doom conversion, I set out to design a hinge and latch system that could securely close an extrusion-framed door against 3mm foam tape, while also yielding some satisfying sounds.

This solution is what fit the bill for me. The door opens smoothly, and can be easily removed from the hinges simply by lifting up. The latch mechanism actually draws the door closed against the sealing foam when closed, and clicks shut with the help of some magnets. It makes nice sounds.

For more information please see the GitHub (including STL files)

If you experience any door droop due to the weight of the door, a user has created a mod for it.

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