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Ramps/Printrboard Electronics Mounting Plate for Prusa

by engineglue, published

Ramps/Printrboard Electronics Mounting Plate for Prusa by engineglue Feb 21, 2012

Description

Wow! 446 downloads for version 4 and version 5!

The old versions have been removed and you can now download and print version 6 for your Ramps 1.4 or Printrboard electronics.

Use this mounting plate to mount your electronics to your reprap prusa mendel. If you want to mount your electronics on the front left or rear right, you'll need to download the "right" file. If you want to mount it to the front right or rear left, you'll need to download the "left" file.

The latest version of this plate is now available for download. You can also download the rest of the NWRepRap Prusa i2 from nwreprap.com.

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Hi mate, could you re-upload the files?
Where are the files?
Me too! :-(

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Instructions

Choose the Ramps or Printrboard file and choose right or left.

Use 3 or 4 m3 bolts and 3 or 4 m3 nuts to attach your electronics to the plate. Acquire 3 small zip ties and attach the plate to your reprap or just snap it on and don't worry about the zip ties (it fits nicely into place). Then wire everything into the electronics.

NOTE:
All the photos of the yellow plate are version 4. The Printrboard plate is for the Reprap Prusa Mendel.
Hi mate, could you re-upload the files?
Where are the files?
Hi,

I want to download this pls
Me too! :-(
might it be possible for you to adjust this part for 4pi and raspi mounting aswell?
Do you have the dimensions? You could also import the STL into Sketchup or another program and modify it. :)
if it was in .scad i would have done so myself ;) mostly into a raspi mount, and my raspi revision has no mounting holes :((
I just can't thank you enough for those Iteration 2 tutorial videos.
But anyway - Thank You Man!
You're welcome!
I like this design. Any chance you could upload the source files?
you really should make a ver 6 already, and move that one mounting hole to the correct posistion for the arduino ;)

anyway, love this design, printing the 3rd one now
haha Yes, you're right. Don't you have a drill press? ;)
Great design, exactly what I wanted. It's so perfectly sized, I didn't even need zipties, it just snapped in place.
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