ATX power supply cover with XT60/USB/PWR_ON for Flying Bear P905
5/7/2019: Re-created with fusion 360 and added the step file
This ATX power support cover has 4 XT60 connectors, a USB plug, and pin for PWR_ON and PWR_OK. The mount hole is adjusted to mount on the Flying Bear P905 frame.
The XT60 is based on this https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:516420.
The cover is baed on this https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3443243.
I deleted the original version of the cover plate and added v2 cover plate, USB, and Dupoint 3 pin models. With v2, the housing of USB and Dupoint 3 pin housing extend all the way out to the cover plate. This allows one to change/modify the USB and Dupoint 3 pin housing easily to their size. USB connector seems to have different size.
- An ATX power supply converted for 3D printer. (There are many video for this.)
What you want are the 4 12V, 5V standby, PS_ON/PS_OK. If your PS has two 12V, use one for the bed and the other for the other 3.
- An USB plug connector (you can buy a cheap iPhone USB plug and de-solder the connector)
- Get 4 pair of XT60 connectors
- Dupoint 3 PIN socket
- 10 screw #6 1/2 inch
- Two 3mm screw with washer and nut (if you want to mount on the frame)
How to assemble:
- Solder the 4 12V to XT60 (female side - the side with outer shell)
- Solder the 5V standby to the USB connector
- Crimp the PS_ON and PS_OK to 3 PIN dupoint connector. (I had the PS_ON on the two side and the PS_OK in the middle PIN)
- Plug the USB connector into the ATX-usb-holder.stl housing. Then use hot glue. Make sure that it sticks out enough.
- Plug the 3 PIN dupoint connector into the ATX-dupoint-3-pin-holder.stl housing and use hot glue. Make sure that it sticks out enough.
- Plug the 4 XT60 connector into the ATX-XT60-holder-x4.stl housing and use hot glue.
- Now, use the screw to screw the various connector housing to the ATX plate
- Bolt the ATX cover into the Flying Bear P905 frame with Two 3mm screws
- Assembly the ATX cover with the plate and screw 2 screws
Note: If your ATX has two 12V, uses one for the bed and other for the rest. I have the first 12V2 for the bed and the second 12V1 for the LED, Hot end, and the electronic.