Currently I am busy to make a video build-tutorial for DICE. I already added a playlist in my youtube-channel, which is expanding with every further video.
Because the DICE is disassembled at the moment, I seized the moment and sealed the heated printbed with silicone. This is possible because I designed a relatively "special" printbed: 8mm thick, precisionmilled, warmcasted aluminum and PEI-coated.
This evening, I did a complete teardown of my DICE. Now I'm going to reassamble it while making a video of the build.
To get the Dice even more silent, I casted some silicone feet which will work as vibration dampeners.
This feet are 20mm wide, 10mm tall and conically (20°) shaped. To cast them, I designed a mold for 4 feet at a time and a matching mixing tank for the needed amount of silicone.
After more than one year of printing I disassembled my E3D-V6 today. It was still printing fine, I had nothing to complain, it's because I wanted to change the x-Carriage.