Minimal Ramps1.4 cable and 80mm fan support

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Minimal Ramps1.4 cable and 80mm fan support by Louis_Cypher Mar 23, 2015


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A minimum effort approach (in particular in terms of printing effort) to organize cables using zipties and the hole patterns, and to fix a 80mm fan on top of the RAMPS board. Fits with full graphics display connector. Please check whether your adapter fits. About four hours building time in total at 0.1mm and 50mm/s speed.

P.S.: The fan model on the rendering is taken from: https://grabcad.com/library/pc-fan-80x25-mm-1, the Ramps 1.4- Model from https://grabcad.com/library/gadgets3d-starter-pack-ramps-1-4-elettronics-for-3d-printers-1

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Hiya. Just printing this out as I'm very keen to replace my existing wobbly 80mm fan mount with something sturdier.
Regarding mounting the board, I see in the last photo that you have 2 blue mounts for 2020 extrusion. Do you have a link to those mounts?

I don't think it is odd, because it wasn't designed for that bulky adapter ;-). I use a Full Graphics LCD and it fits perfectly. I knew about that collision since I have the files for your adapter. Basically this was the reason for my LCD choice. Yes, you are right, I should have mentioned that more explicitly (done) .

If you aren't in a hurry I can do a redesign which is much less work than reeingeneering the whole thing.

Dont try to mount a LCD2004 with the adapter at the back because it wont fit. I like the design and i will redesign it so you can use a
LCD2004 without problems a bit odd the designer didnt keep this in mind while designing.