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_CrazyBob_

Amiga 2000 Gotek USB bracket - FlashFloppy OLED

by _CrazyBob_ Mar 27, 2018
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Nice work, I merged the front panel and the bottom into one piece. I also took the display box, opened the back up and merged it to the front panel and printed everything one piece, the OLED display just presses into place now and I will add a drop of hot glue a couple of places to make it stay. I had to add holes for my switches because I was using my Gotek in a 500 and had a remote display and control box.

Looks good, interesting approach!
The reason I made the front as a seperate piece was to make it easier to print.

Do you have a picture of the final result?
Will you be sharing the updated design here on Thingiverse?
What CAD software are you using?

It was easy to print, I used the free 123D design program that Autodesk used to give out to join the parts. I just rotated the front and lined it up by eye and it came out nice. My version has big holes for the buttons that I was using on my A500 so it would not be much use to others, I would have to start from scratch with the original front piece to make it work with a stock Gotek. My button holes were not perfectly centered over the USB port as it was just a quick test, I need to get some Beige Filament so it will more closely match my A2000.

Thanks for this! I've made an edit by pulling the STL into OpenSCAD to fill the left hand LED hole, as some GOTEKs don't have this fitted. Would you like me to share so you can add it to this, or are you happy for me publish separately? (I realise the license allows it but wanted to be polite!)

No problem, thank you for your comment.
I've added the front plates without the power LED (left LED) in both variants, with or without Amiga logo