I needed a cover for my MeanWell RS-50-5 power supply and decided to make mounts for all the other parts of my robotics project. In addition to the power supply, this will accommodate an Arduino Uno and two joysticks. Holes on the back fit an IEC320 C14 plug socket (same as computers, monitors, etc.) and a snap in rocker switch requiring a 21mm hole.
There is some extra height above the plug inlet and the power switch to mount the guts from a 9v wall wart (mine had an LED so I drilled a whole in the case to let it pop through). This is to power the Arduino separately, and there is a hole next to the Arduino mount to run a DC plug through.
For my use, DC power exits the MeanWell power supply and goes to a power bus, which I mounted to one of the sides.
This thing was made with Tinkercad. Edit it online https://www.tinkercad.com/things/iAmgOMFO3du
Yes, you will need massive amounts of supports.
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