Mendelmax under carriage power supply mount
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A few mounting clips to clip a common 12 power supply to the inside of the mendelmax frame under the carriage
NB this protrudes 10mm under the Mendelmax. You need to raise your mendelmax on feet of some type.
I used http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:15880
I have added 'Fixed' stl files, these have been passed threw netfab
This is designed to clip onto the Mendelmax t-slot, no nut insertions are required.
The power supply is like this one on e-bay http://www.ebay.com/itm/High-Quality-12V-30A-360W-Switch-Power-Supply-Driver-LED-Lights-Strips-/150790646680?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item231bd2ab98
Power Supply Dimensions 215 x 113 x 50 mm
Print two side clips and one end clip.
Screw the side clips to the side of the power supply in the highest set of holes (only on one side of my power supply)
Place the power supply on the side it is going to clip onto away from the end where it will finish up.
Angle the power supply so the lower clips clip into place solidly. Tilt power supply to level position and top clip into place.
Clip end clip into t-slot using same lower then level out technique.
Slide power supply down to correct position to attach end clip and screw in place.
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