This is a mount point adapter that fits 12V 30A 360W power supplies to the mount points of the Anet A8.
I wanted this because I felt like the other 360W power supply mounts around here were bigger than they needed to be (I like saving filament), and they also were missing things like countersinks or required m3 screws of short lengths that I didn't have on hand. I also wanted to make sure my power supply was securely mounted with nuts and not just threaded in to PLA.
You should lightly sand the contact surfaces so friction can better distribute the load across the entire part.
You will need:
3x m3 screws, at least 14mm long
3x m4 screws, 8mm
Print two of the bottom stl, and one of the top stl.
First feed the m3 screws through the parts, then put them on the power supply so the threads are facing away from the power supply and the part is flush. Gently tighten the parts down to the power supply mount using short 8mm m4 screws. I used the extra m4 screws that came with my Anet A8.
Line up the m3 screws to the holes in the frame of the Anet A8, then you can tighten the m4 screws down completely. Picture for reference.
Stick the m3 screws through the Anet A8 frame and hold them in place with nuts.
If you want to customize the position for mounting the power supply, you can use the customizable mount point adapter I made here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3087391
35% Triangular, 1.2 mm top/bottom/walls