2018 - i9 MacBook Pro - 3d printed back panel for cooling?
I recently bought a i9 - 32GB/1TB MacBook Pro. I find it very uncomfortable in using it lap. It is very hot after 10 min of use, even with common activities like browsing (Firefox) and couple of text editors open.
Any suggestions on designing a custom 3d-printed back panel with more space and ventilation option would help? I do not mind additional thickness, say 2mm.
I don't want to use a cooling pad. And I'm worried about the lifespan of ~$4000 computer due to thermal condition.
What would you suggest?
Es esta una buena pregunta?
are you doing this in bed?
- de mayer
If the software utilities do not help, then it is worth to 3d print of the back panel. In this case, I would recommend trying continuous carbon fiber 3D printing for this project. Anisoprinting details are 2 times stronger and lighter than aluminum. It should serve for a long time.
- de Harold