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External RAMPS Housing

by tkramm, published

External RAMPS Housing by tkramm Apr 13, 2013

Description

For milling with my PRotos i needed to detach RAMPS from the printer. I made this housing as a first test for wood cutting with my RepRap.

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That's what I figured. Thanks for the clarification, though.

Thanks for the hint, but I'm not sure wether I still have my source files but the back is the same as the front, just without the cutouts for the cables. The fan is a standard 80mm fan btw.

Thanks for posting this! It's an excellent design, but I think you might have uploaded an incorrect file. The one called "back" looks more like a modified "bottom" than a modified "front". I'm just using it as a base for customization, anyway, so it's no big deal to make my own back from the front outline, but you might want to check. Also, it couldn't hurt to mention in the description what size brushless fan this uses.

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Instructions

Material used was 3mm ply wood.
Cut all parts once, except the side. The side part is needed 2 times.
Arduino is fixed on the bottom plate with cable-ties.
Put everything together and put cable ties or screws through the holes in the noses. I used cable ties on the bottom plate and screws on front an backplate nose, to have the top plate easily removeable.

Fan is 80mm

Thanks for posting this! It's an excellent design, but I think you might have uploaded an incorrect file. The one called "back" looks more like a modified "bottom" than a modified "front". I'm just using it as a base for customization, anyway, so it's no big deal to make my own back from the front outline, but you might want to check. Also, it couldn't hurt to mention in the description what size brushless fan this uses.

Thanks for the hint, but I'm not sure wether I still have my source files but the back is the same as the front, just without the cutouts for the cables. The fan is a standard 80mm fan btw.

That's what I figured. Thanks for the clarification, though.

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