Creality CR-10 Wire management, Strain relief and Glass holder
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This an accessory for the Creality CR-10 3D Printer.
I have created some Wire management and Heat-bed Wire & Glass Holders.
The purpose of this Wire & Glass Holders bracket is to hold the wires for the heated bed in place to avoid the movement of the wires when the bed move which would ultimately lead to breaking the solder joints or the wires.
The bracket are designed to be installed on the heated bed above the spring. You will typically need to remove the glass bed for that.
The brackets does touch the heated bed and should be printed in ABS.
Once the bracket is in place, move the wires a bit toward the bed (to avoid to put too much tension in them) and hold the wire in place with 2 zip ties.
By using the glass holders you can aluminate the clips holding a glass down I have two of these machines and the first one the glass was cut perfectly on the second one I had to use a zip tie piece to tighten the glass as shown in the example on one of the photos so if your glass is to small then you can just put a piece of zip tie in there to hold it which allows you more front and back print area.
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