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A work in progress standalone enclosure designed to fit around the stock Ender 2/3 PSU. It mounts a MKS Gen L main board, 3x LM2596 step down buck converters, a Raspberry Pi, heated bed mosfet module (see link) and a 60 x 25 quiet running fan internally (see link).
Additionally there is a shroud and cover designed to be fitted externally to the PSU, housing a Noctua 80 x 20 NF-R8 Redux axial fan. NB. This fitment requires drilling/ cutting the PSU aluminium cover.
1 of each part required.
Slots are provided to house a M3 nut where possible to provide metal threads. Otherwise the holes have been sized to be tapped M3, although I'd advise the fitment of M3 x 1.5D Helicoil inserts. The whole thing is assembled with M3 X 8, M3 x 12 and M3 x 20 socket head bolts, then secured to the PSU casing with M4 x 8 socket head bolts.
All bolts are steel socket head.
M4 x 8mm 6off
M3 nut 17off
M3 x 8mm 28off
M3 x 10mm 10off
M3 x14mm 2off
M3 x 16 1off
These are just the fixings required to hold the enclosure together and to the PSU. This list does NOT include the fixings required to mount the components inside the enclosure.
23/2/19: Mosfet cover plate modified to get rid of a gap I thought was a good idea at the time...
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