So I have a few Enders stoves on their way to me, and I can already tell that parts are eventually going to be an issue. I’ve purchased a few 3D printed silent burner caps from folks who most of us have read about on this forum and they have worked quite well. I have access to CAD software and am thinking I may need to reverse engineer some parts over time (Enders 9061 burner cap for instance) and have them made though one of these online metal printing outfits. Outside of the aftermarket burner caps we enjoy, has anyone successfully done this themselves on other stove parts? Not that I don’t want to keep it as original as possible but function edges out originality for me. I have no plans make a business out of it, but it is an attractive solution for certain “secondary” stove parts that cannot be replicated without a dedicated machine shop, which at least personally I do not have access to. I plan that when I get to that stage and get some parts made, I’ll post the files and pictures of figment to this forum in case anyone else wants them.