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PSU Mounting for Mendel Max

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PSU Mounting for Mendel Max by dcgtek Mar 5, 2013
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Summary

These are clips and feet to mount a power supply to the undercariage of a Mendel Max printer.

These can work in conjunction with the printer feet at http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:51895

Instructions

Printed using 2 loops, 25% infill, 0.25 layers. Supports needed for back and side clips.

If you're using the feet http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:51895 then you just need to print
1 side clip (blue in the photo)
1 back clip (green in the photo)
1 PS foot (grey in the photo). You can print more to attach if you want, we just use 1.

Otherwise you probably want 2 back clips and possibly 2 side clips (please measure to make sure you can use 2 side clips).

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hello , what's is your power supply ? thx

dcgtek - in reply to mana

Hi, it came in a kit from http://blomker.com/index.phphttp://blomker.com/index.php. It's a 12V 20A, don't think it has any branding labels.

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