Mounting Plate for Tech Zone Remix Electronics
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This is just a simple mounting plate for the Tech Zone Remix Electronics that are being sold on the RepRap Forums. As these electronics are smaller, I felt it was a waste to use the full sized mounting plates. All the electronics mount on this one plate.
I have almost everything wired using this on my Mendel. This is not the final design. Also, there is still not yet a way to mount the Thermocouple board. That will be coming soon as a separate file.
Version 0.2 Changes:
Cutout a section on the left that could have caused issues with the x-axis belt
Added two a new pieces that hold the DC barrel jack and the USB->Serial board.
*Added horizontal adjustment to the top mounting point.
Version 0.3 Changes:
*Fixed the USBBlock and its mounting plate.
Note: I have now verified that the lasercut parts work, however I'll be testing the block as soon as I can actually print something.
Cutout the two pieces in the .svg on 1/8" (or 3mm) sheet.
Print the USB Block, put the USB->Serial board inside and glue something thin and non-conductive to the bottom.
The main plate mounts to the back-left of the A-frame using the mounting blocks that are normally used for the stepper plate. The smaller plate mounts to the 8mm rod to the right using one of the 8mm holes. The other 8mm hole is for the DC barrel jack (re-size as needed). The assembled USB Block attaches above using 2 M3x25(or longer) bolts.
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Mounting Plate for Tech Zone Remix Electronics by Azdle is licensed under the BSD License license.
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