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Mounting plate for keystone jack

by jsadusk, published

Mounting plate for keystone jack by jsadusk Feb 22, 2011

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This is meant to be incorporated in larger things. Say you're printing a device enclosure and you want it to have an ethernet port, or you just want to use RJ-45 as a convenient 8 pin connector. Add this to your design and you can use the modular RJ-45 jacks sold at hardware stores that are meant to clip into wall plates.

Updated: Tightened the opening to clip more securely, cleaned up the openscad code, and made the whole thing a module to more facilitate use in other designs. Now jacks clip in so tightly that its hard to get them out again.

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Print it and push a modular keystone jack into it until it's flush.

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Mounting plate for keystone jack by jsadusk is licensed under the Public Domain license.

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My keystone jack from radioshack wouldn't tilt up into position correctly, but quick work with a dremel took care of it.

My RJ45 jack from Monoprice fit into this PERFECTLY, nice job sir!

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