This is a easy way to mount two mosfets (one for the hot bed and one for the hot end) to the frame of the anet a6. I designed it by myself and wanted it to look clean and with good cable routing options.
You only need to print 1x the main part and 2x the little clip, which will clamp the upper board.
Only a few screws and nuts are needed. (these were left by my printer build)
Under the lower board is a cutout for the cables of the upper.
The mosfet-mount is attached to the frame by four screws. Two of them are the actual mainboard screws to spare two screws and have enough mounting points.
- 4 mounting points to the anet a6 frame
- clean look and cable routing options
- very low amount of filament is needed
- simple assembly, because of inbuild hexagonal holes for the nuts
In addition to the printed parts you need these screws:
4x M3x12 (red marked in the picture, lower mosfet)
2x M3x15 or longer (green, frame)
6x M3 nuts
Edit Jan 2019: Added a model with USB-port clearance, 5 degrees turned around the upper mounting screw.
and take a look at my other Anet A6 parts: