ZX Spectrum +3 & Amstrad CPC6128/664 GoTek USB Floppy Emulator Internal Caddy
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A Gotek USB Floppy Emulator Caddy that fits systems that have an internal 3 inch disk drive such as the ZX Spectrum +3 and Amstrad CPC6128 & 664. I've not tried any other systems such as the Einstein.
The front plate has holes for the standard gotek board (green led, two buttons and a usb socket), a rotary encoder (KY-040 type with no circuit board) and a 128x32 0.91" OLED display. Within the print is a cap for the OLED socket. This just slots in the top to secure the display. There are two included for the two different sizes of display I've seen (one slightly shorter).
All the screw holes on the left & right hand sides line up with the CPC & Spectrum case, and you can use the existing case screws that secured the original drive.
Anycublic Linear Plus
I've used the Cura default support setting (15%, everywhere) which helps with the usb, rotary encoder and oled holes.
I also used a 8mm brim
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