Yes, again 😉 another PSU cover with inlet socket and rocker switch with lamp. Not new at all, but there are different PSU’s with slightly different measurements. As the title already mentioned, it is for the Anet A8. It’s for the standard 20 Amp PSU.
This one fits exact around a PSU that measures 110 mm in width and 50 mm in depth. Notice that it is a PSU with a prefab M3 hole at the right side and a fixed M3 screw at the bottom left side. The distance from the bottom to the PSU (in the middle not the right aluminium side) measures 70 mm. Be sure that these measurements fit your machine. Otherwise you may print it for nothing. If your printer is not well calibrated the print may also not fit. To be sure, first print a calibration cube you surely can find within Thingiverse.
To show the name better you are advised to glue a piece of white paper behind the open letters in the inside of the cover. Otherwise you will see it uneven because of the SS cover with the holes behind them letters.
Printed with 30% infill. Less maybe sufficient but than the horizontal bars in the sides will be hollow. And it makes almost no difference in printing time. It has to be printed with the front side to the bottom. You don’t need any support that way.
You'll have to replace the original left screw with a new M3 one with a length of 50 mm. For the right side you can reuse the srew that came out of the left bottom side. If you use an other new one use a countersunk M3 x 10 (maximum lenght!). The inlet socket can be mounted with 2 countersunk screws M3 x 10. I used self-locking nuts at the inside.
Attention: If you do not use the original left bottom screw for the right side be sure that there isn't an electric component inside in the way or very near to the M3 x 10. Due to changes in the construction of the manufacturer things may change without notice. I will not be responsible for that. Best is you reuse the small srew.
Be aware that if you take off the complete SS grid you break the warranty seal. This is your own responsibility.
How to connect the wires on the socket, search the internet, it is full with examples.
Printed with Anet PLA at 200 degrees Celsius, 60 mm/sec, 0.2 layer hight and 30% infill. Printing time was approx. 4:40 hr.
The 80 mm fan cover you can find here https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3430683
Edit an additional file for A6 and one with only Anet.