The most up to date versions are: Front_Housing V2_1 & Back_Plate_V2_2
I have removed the earlier revisions to save confusion.
UPDATE:18/05/19 Version V2 - Front_Housing V2_1 & Back_Plate_V2_2
- Removed splay on side clips to help reduce vertical movement of Front Housing.
- Included stop USB cable ledge to reduce sideways movement of the front housing when clipped into position..
UPDATE:17/05/19 Version V2 - Front_Housing V2 & Back_Plate_V2_1
- Removed splay on front clips to help reduce sideways movement of Front Housing.
- Included stop for card reader on back plate to reduce sideways movement of the assembly.
A compact SD Card adaptor housing for the Creality Ender 3 Pro
1.The thing includes an aperture to allow access to the USB port.
2.Storage for 1 x SD and a card orientation symbol.
The fascia clips are quite rigid to make sure the parts do not vibrate, shaving some material of the nipples on the Front Housing will reduce this if an easier clip action is required.
I used the following Micro SD to SD card adaptor:
Amazon UK site:
1.Fix Back Plate to the 2 front bolts fastening the Motherboard hosing to the end of the 40\40 foot extrusion.
2.Tidy excess ribbon cable with an elastic band and fold neatly.
3.Carefully insert Micro SD jack into appropriate slot.
4.Clip Housing Panel into back plate.
1.The main housing is printed vertically and does not need any supports. Dependent on bed adhesion and build plate you may require a raft.
2.The Back Plate does not require support or a raft.
3.Body printed @ 35 mms 0.2 resolution and 20 % infill with 2 perimeters on an Ender 3 Pro.
4.Back Plate printed @50 mms 0.2 resolution and 30 % infill with 3 perimeters on an Ender 5.