EDIT 10/04/2018 :
Revision 02 of the Bottom Base,
- Large bottom slots lowered by 2.5 mm.
Revision 02 of the Bottom Lid,
- Fixing hole diameter increased to 3.2 mm.
- Relief half circle for 80 mm fan cable.
- Relief slot on bottom right for the lid to fit past the Z axis motor mount fixing.
EDIT 07/04/2018 :
Any one who downloaded this before to day needs to re-download before printing, one of the hex patterns was not parallel and the gt2560 supports were 5mm not 6mm. Sorry!!
EDIT 06/04/2018 :
Found a fault in the joining holes between the two bases have increased the top shoulder to 12mm, new bottom base and top aux lid uploaded. Added a picture of what it should look like when complete. I now have the bottom base printing will post back with results.
I am building a new case for the electronics on my CTC Y2521 printer, more notes later,
The bottom part houses the GT2560 board, I have included the aux lid if you don’t want to add the top part.
The top part houses a Raspberry Pi 3 and a DSN2596 DC DC Buck converter.
I have tried to remove as much as possible to reduce time and material.
The Bases are 100% infill as the stand off pegs for the GT2560, Pi and DSN2596 would become weak, I will update later as im trying at 50% infill now.
There is a pdf drawing with some dimensions so you can see if it will fit your printer.
Take it easy on me this is my first parametric assembly drawing! and my first thing. I am in the process of printing this myself so not fully tested!
Parts max 180mm so should work on most print beds!
If you only want the GT2560 Case print the
If you want the pi case as well
Bottom Base 100% infill - 12 Hours
Bottom Lid 15 - 20% infill - 4 Hours
Top Base 100% infill - 8 Hours
- Top Lid 15 - 20% infill - 3.5 Hours
So bases print ok @50% infill but the pegs are weak! so beware!
here is a video of the bottom base print
This is an video of the bottom base print .