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Anet A8 Power Supply Cover with 80mm Fan Remixed

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Anet A8 Power Supply Cover with 80mm Fan Remixed by HipoxiK Feb 25, 2017
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I remixed this Anet A8 power supply cover with 80mm fan from Ghrem who also remixed it from TNS and Bittig so thanks to those guys for the hard work.

I needed my switch to be located on the left as I have a different PSU and the 240v connections are on the left. Also I didn't want an additional LED switch or anything so I got rid of that.

This model fits and works very well.

I am using a 10A fused switch which is easily sourced on ebay or amazon.

Print Settings

Printer:

Anet A8

Rafts:

No

Supports:

No

Resolution:

.02

Infill:

20


Notes:

2 walls and 2 top/bottom layers.

The screw on the left that is already in the PSU needs to be replaced with a M3 x 10mm (mine did anyway as the original M3 x 5mm didn't reach anymore).

The right hand side screw is a M3 x 15mm with a M3 nut inserted in the cover.

The screws holding the fan on are M3 x 20mm which fits perfect so that the screw doesn't hang out through the nut and contact the PSU frame.

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Hi, I have some issues with Slic3r because apparently the triangles in the STL are not connected. Do you have any step or a fixed model or so?

Thanks!

Hi, can you give me the arhive in solid works?. Thank you very much

I don't use solid works. I could upload the file used for Fusion360. I think I still have it, I made this thing a very long time ago back when I had an Anet A8.

hi
first thank you for your job.
but I have difficulty to print the PSU cover : Cura give me a lot of missing Layer, I think is a problem of surface
I'm a newbie with 3d printing and in Meshlab and I'm not success to correct it totally
could you please have a look on your slt ? and help me ?
thanks

Edit:
Ok, I just redraw it.
I start to https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2101807
and do the same as yours, all is OK now for printing.

Anet A8 Power Supply Cover With 80mm Fan
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