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Kossel 2020 mains inlet and electronics front panel

by dc42 Aug 12, 2015
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Thanks again for sharing these designs, DC.

I didn't have a large enough print bed to print the full part, but with access to the .SCAD file, was able to adjust far enough to get it to fit on a 200mm i3 Mk2 bed.

I shared it as a remix, just in case others find themselves doing the same, but wanted to share my appreciation.

I've been struggling to print this successfully on my 300mm bed, and have now just realised that the "non-wifi" version is actually not for the Duet Ethernet - looks like it might be for the old version. LFMF - this design does not work for the Duet Ethernet, which due to the reorientation of the ethernet port does not fit between the 2020 beams (it is now almost 24mm high).

I've updated the text to make it clear that it isn't for the Duet Ethernet.

I am aware that the Duet Ethernet does not fit between 2020 rails. Think3DPrint3D adapted my Kossel design by using a third 2060 extrusion for that side of the base and having a cutout milled in it to accommodate both Duet WiFi and Duet Ethernet.

It looks as though the Ethernet module could be removed and relocated separately to the duet using some ribbon cable, and that module on its own might still fit in between the 2020 rails .. what do you think?

The pins and socket carry 30MHz SPI signals, so it would need to be a very short cable indeed.

Hi David, thanks for the nifty panel! Any chance you could share the stl for the power supply mount you used on this printer in the pics?

Which part are you referring to? I don't use a printed power supply mount in that printer. See https://miscsolutions.wordpress.com/dc42s-large-kossel-build/ for the build details.

Oh I see now that it's mounted to a bottom plate. I have the same PSU and looking to mount it to the side rails on a similar size delta. That's a very nice build by the way, similar to one I have planned.

Hi David, would you consider publishing the source for the DuetWifi panel version? I'd like to remove the mains inlet section. Or if you have a technical drawing that I can use to model the panel that would also work (and may even be better, I'm using Fusion 360 and importing scad is next to impossible...) Thanks!

I'm sorry, I designed it in OpenSCAD so the .scad file is the master model.