Ord Bot Power Clip

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Ord Bot Power Clip by inventaholic Feb 15, 2013
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Connect a standard 12v/30a LED power supply to the underside of your ord bot.


You need 4 of these along with 4 m4x10mm screws.

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These are great! I'm all about cramming everything i need on the ordbot so i can move it around easier. Great method of clamping with out using more tslots. Kudos! you should check out some of my remixes and adaptations of your work and a few others utilizing the raised ord bot platform.

How well has this worked for you so far? For my power supply, it looks like this setup would mean only a very slim air gap, possibly suffocating the PSU's cooling fan.

I've had it installed for the past 6 months. I use my printer for work and had many weeks in which I've ran it around the clock. Never had an issue knock on wood