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As Mac Studio users already know, cooling system of a Mac Studio takes the air from the bottom side of the computer.
Along with the air, vents also draw dust from the top of the table (or any surface / object below the Mac Studio).
The problem is that Mac studio casing is compact and is hard to disassemble it for some cleaning or dusting.
I've made this filter casing to prevent dust from going into the computer thus making it more durable and to avoid taking it to service as long as possible.
I used filter for Mitsubishi Mirage G4. It's size perfectly fits dimensions of a Mac Studio and casing.
I found some rubber seal in local store that I put on top of the casing so Mac Studio can rest on it.
If you have some questions about this model, feel free to contact me.
Fantastic design! I got a friend to print it in timber fibre infused PLA, and the result is a classy look with the Mac Studio on top.Excellent casing. Everything fits perfectly; an elegant solution.Model design is simple and effective, dimensions are accurate. Seller answered my questions quickly. I'd have no hesitation in recommending this.Got it to work perfectly fine. I made a company to print it and it ended up perfect. I am waiting for the filter to arrive but the case is nicely designed.As an engineer, I consider this to be a well thought-out design that accomodates both paper and foam filter media. (I used UNI motorsports air filter foam). I saw minimal operating temperature increases of 2% for my Mac Studio, so the design's airflow is excellent. I consider this product to be an essential add-on since the Mac is nearly impossible to clean after dust is once inside, causing component temperatures to rise and the fans to go out-of-balance creating noise. I am considering using 1/8" OD silicon tubing as a seal to the Mac case in the filter case groove provided. Well done!