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rostock-mini Power Jack / Switch Holder

by summetj, published

rostock-mini Power Jack / Switch Holder by summetj Mar 17, 2013

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Summary

I purchased a laptop style power adapter for my rostock-mini from 321-short-circuit on ebay. It came with a power inlet jack. I made a block that holds the power inlet and the power switch and is bolted to the bottom platform of my rostock-mini.

I have a matching bottom block for my wiring guides here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:65792

Instructions

Print it. Drill out the 3mm mounting holes with a 3mm or 1/8" drill bit. Use 2.5mm screws (10mm long) to mount the power jack into the block (my switch snapped in).

If you want a side by side configuration, or only want one of the two, or if your switch is of a different size from mine, edit the SCAD file and re-generate the STL file.

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