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GRBL Tidy Case - Clamping Version

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GRBL Tidy Case - Clamping Version by goopyplastic Nov 11, 2012
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Interim version of the GRBL Tidy case, this version uses a clamping mechanism to retain the limit and stepper cables. You may need to add sleeving / heatshrink to get the proper diameter for the clamps. I am working on a new version that will replace this with a pcb breakout.

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  1. I printed all the STL parts, but like ="thingiverse-429a4bcd8a1277fb2c3c4a6809a1780f:disqus" href="http://disqus.com/thingiverse-429a4bcd8a1277fb2c3c4a6809a1780f/kovo have found that the non-clamping posts are missing.
  2. Is this design for a 60mm or 65mm fan?

I added 2 front post files, one laying down one standing up depending on how you prefer to print it.

The design is meant for a 70mm fan. Sorry about the posts I will upload them today if I can.

Is this case missing a post design? for the posts that don't have cable clamps? Also, the orientation of the top and bottom (building from the edge up) is difficult on the bottom, and nearly impossible for the top. Any chance they can be rotated to lay flat?

Sorry I am a little lazy with putting the STL's in the correct orientation, so some reason my CAD program rotates them on export. I have uploaded a correctly rotated top / bottom piece.

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