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Another PSU terminal cover

by RDickens, published

Another PSU terminal cover by RDickens Jan 26, 2013
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This terminal cover has holes in it for a DPDT on / off switch, a PC cable fused socket and a gland for the cable exit.

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When I first built my Reprap I was concerned about uncovered terminals on my 29A DC power supply. If I was going to have it running for 8+ hours at a time I wanted to have them covered.

The holes for the M3 nuts are a little tight but a bit of work with a knife will allow them to be fitted and still keep them nice and snug.

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I have posted the STEP files as well as files for solidworks

Great PSU cover. Would be much appreciated if you could post the STEP files so that we can modify the connector and switch hole sizes.
Cheers.

I have posted the STEP files as well as files for solidworks.

Thanks!

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