ReModded WALLY Plate Customizer

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ReModded WALLY Plate Customizer by rssalerno Sep 13, 2017


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Added 1x3 array of Keystone jacks and fixed bugs in plates 4 and 5.

UPDATE: v1.41.1 - cleaned up a bit, revised keystone frame for easier insertion, same frame now used for all configurations, added keystone clearance parameter to adjust fit, adjusted keystone column spacing to distribute evenly across 2+ gangs, changed rocker (Decora) opening to rounded rectangle.

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What works best with this / have you tried?
MonoPrice? Leviton? Cooper?

I'm using Cable Matters cat6 keystones which snap in perfectly. I also tested with a Leviton cat 5e keystone which is tight on top.

Have you tried fitting them into the 2x3 arrays? Seen many, many reviews of the OEM keystone covers where the jacks don't fit very well when you have a 6-keystone cover

Vertical spacing on the 2x3 is identical to the 1x3 and that works well. The 2x3 should also work but I haven't needed one yet so I haven't tried it. I suppose keystones with wide punchdown blocks might have a problem. In that case, adjust the spacing in OpenSCAD.

That seems promising
It might be a while before I'm able to start the project, but I'll give it a shot and report back if I'm ever able to get the wiring project on my house started