Power Supply Case

by davoque, published

Power Supply Case by davoque Mar 25, 2013
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This is a two part case for a 150W 12V power supply for the heated bed of my Ultimaker.

Designed in Alibre for for this power supply:


with this switch:


and this power socket:


Printed in ABS as the power supply gets pretty hot.


Both files print without supports as oriented in the STL files.

The opening for the switch has some bars that are there to remove the need for generated supports as this is the only section that needs them. These parts can be easily broken away to mount the switch. The area is shown in the green image.

The case parts slide onto the power supply and are held in place by friction and gravity.

Please do not attempt the electrical wiring unless you know what you are doing, mains electricity can kill.

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Thanks for commenting Marcus, I've included the Alibre files, have fun, love to see what you come up with.

I have Alibre, a similar power supply and need a case. :)

Thanks for commenting Marcus, I have included the Alibre files, so have fun, love to see what you make.