Side panels to go along with Peaberry's Kossel Base Stand. The rendered version is fit for the BIQU Kossel Plus along with Peaberry's stands. It's 345mm long, 52mm high, 1mm thick, has a 3mm ridge on the front, and a 10mm ridge on the back for stability and printability.
To attach this panel to the feet, you'll need 6 M3 bolts.
If you want to print panels in a different length, thickness, etc., I've also included the SCAD file, which is mostly parameterized and appears to work with Customizer. I have not yet tried printing one with fan and power block cutouts, so I can't recommend support settings yet. I'll update this Thing after I've made some successful prints with cutouts.
N/A: It's all peremeters.
If you're printing this on the same machine it will go on, you'll need to print as a tower since it'll be longer than your bed is wide.
You need support under the notch on the bottom end when printing. Setting slic3r to put support only on the base plate worked well to support the notch without filling in the screw holes.
You'll want to print with a substantial brim for added stability. I used a 10mm brim when printing mine.
The tower should be pretty structurally sound, so just break it off the bed as you normally would. The brim and support should pull away easily, leaving you with a ready-to-use panel.
I wanted to print each panel as one piece on the same machine they're installed on. To accomplish that goal, I designed this to be printed as a tower. I went through about 10 profile designs that failed at various heights before I tried this offset I-beam which stays remarkably rigid beyond 340mm. The slight tray effect on the outer surface also looks pretty good, in my opinion.
Several things didn't work.
Made it about 4-inches free-standing before everything started coming apart.
Playing with hands-on supports.
First successful full-height print without external support.