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Anet A8 Plus storage drawers

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This is a solution for a single or pair of storage drawers which fit under the front of the Anet A8 plus. They provide an excellent place to store your snips, feeler gauges, allen keys etc.

They include a sequence of clips to tidily and securely route the ribbons cables from the display.

The design is modular to remove the need for supports and also minimise the amount of material needed.

To assemble:

The front and rear clamps push into the matching slots and the side shells slot into the slots on the top shell and then lock into place.

Mount to the chassis using the holes in the two clamps and M4 screws and t-nuts.


3D printing settings

You need to make sure that you have your printer tuned well for dimensional accuracy - especially if you want to print the pair of these.

I printed at 0.2mm layer height in PETG, but PLA should work too. I have tried to make the parts as small as possible and I hope that orientation is obvious.

The ribbon cable clips are designed to be printed on their sides in order to provide the necessary strength and these just slot into the front clamp.

The left and right drawers are identical save that one (the right) uses Rear Clamp whereas Rear Clamp (1) is for the left set.

3D printer file information

  • 3D design format: STL Folder details Close
    • Cable Clamp.stl
    • Drawer.stl
    • Front Clamp.stl
    • Left Shell.stl
    • Rear Clamp (1).stl
    • Rear Clamp.stl
    • Right Shell.stl
    • Top shell.stl

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  • Publication date: 2020/10/02 at 17:32

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I am very much an enthusiastic amateur when it comes to designing. My designs tend to have two things in common

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