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brew0498

RAMPS 1.4 enclosure for i3 single sheet frame.

by brew0498 Oct 7, 2013
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Hi Guys, could anyone rework this for MKS gen-2z 1.1? the board dimensions are Z:136.2mm X:84mm . Yet, I'm to short in 3d design but this is such an awesome design that i would be very glad to use it with my prusa. Or maybe U can tell me the size of ramps 1.4 board and the wall thickness so i can try to scale it somehow in Cura?

Glad you made this, I needed this exact box for my printer. One minor problem; the cover will break if too much stain is put on it. This might be fixed pretty easily by adding a small angled support on the lid

where would you like the support?

on the ramps cover between the wire-in/out panel and the fan panel. When I was putting my fan on i pressed a little too hard (but not an excessive amount of pressure, mind you) on the wire access panel and it snapped. It was a "my bad" kind of accident but that gave me the idea of adding a small angled support between those panels to prevent the accidental breaking of the part and overall improve its structural integrity. If you add that to your design, it would be solid

very nice, but to be perfect it needs standoffs that hold the ramps in place :)

the slot in the sides should hold the board nicely?????

In my experience the slot does hold the board but not so hard. For example if you remove a jumper, connector, etc it can easily move from its place, that's why I believe it could be screwed to standoffs for maximum stability

I redrill the reset hole to 6mm and added this reset button cap :)
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:189300http://www.thingiverse.com/thi...

Ramps 1.4 reset button cap

Very nice addition!

can you share the source files, please?

what is it that your trying to do?

the source files are included, parts were modified using tinkercad, and saved as STL.

i wanted to adapt it to a azteeg x3, but tinkercad is not my thing.

thanks anyways,