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CR-10 Integrated

by awithey Nov 17, 2018
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I reconfigured my CR-10s today. Great designs, thanks. It would have been better and easier if PLA wasn't so damn brittle. I lost a few tabs and screw pillars. It's OK though. I'm printing the lids now and will install my Raspberry Pi tomorrow with a buck converter.

Thanks again.

For other CR-10s owners....

  1. The display is slightly different so I had to cut the one recommended in the Details. There is probably a CR-10s display stand on Thingiverse so just search that out and use that.
  2. The controller board is different but I found enough screw pillars lined up to mount just enough.
  3. 2 x extension ribbon cables required for the stand. These were way too long but they are the right type : https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/FC10P-100cm-10Pin-Hard-Drive-Extension-Wire-Flat-Ribbon-Cable-for-Motherboard/183145470554?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649
  4. The PSU external IEC connector hole was slightly too small so I had to cut that out to fit.

all all the parts needed? Im a bit confused as to what parts mount to what I see the psu mount and board mount could I just do those 2 or are all the parts needed?

Not all the parts are needed, if you are happy not covering some of the components. For the PSU mount, I recommend that you also print the lid and the IEC connector plate, so that you can enclose the mains. For the board mount, the ld (cover) and rear plate are less critical, as the only have 12V and 5V.

Love this setup printed everything out except the drawers i went with the 6040 legs but unfortunately they are a bit short and the housings actually touch the bench top. If possible please extend the top (mounting end) 10mm then they would be perfect and i used this for the CR10s small cutting modifications required but nothing unreasonable.