Anet A8 prusa-i3 mosfet-supportframe
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more information about schematics and how (and why) to setup your printer with a mosfet you can find in the WIKI pages https://3dprint.wiki/reprap/electronics/heatbed_mosfet
How I Designed This
The topbit screws onto your frame as usual the bottom bit for the mosfet has on its back room to insert some M3 nuts for the screws to fasten into so no holes drilling in your acryllic frame required just add the wiring and fire safety is 90% better.
I used an easy way to wire this using the stock 12 volts wire. Without cutting it , just removing about 1 cm of the insulation (to connect the mosfet), ran it from psu to mosfet to controlboard.
EDIT : WITH THE INTRODUCTION OF THE NEWER TYPE CONNECTORS ON THE CONTROLBOARD THE POLARITY OF THE 12 VOLT IN CONNECTOR HAS BEEN REVERSED, ALWAYS FOLLOW THE MARKINGS ON THE BOARD FOR (red) + AND (black/*red) - FOR WIRING.
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