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Anet A8 Circuit Box

Creation's quality: 3.5/5 (1 vote)
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3D model description

From an existing idea of this model:

The following changes have been made:

1- Avoid an extremely thick box.

2- Avoid acquiring extremely long and thin cover screws. Much smaller carpentry screws can be used instead.

3- To fasten the electronic components, you can use the same screws used to fasten hard disks (standard PC screws).

4- Avoid having to pass connectors through channels (very cumbersome). Replacement rings have been created for the use of flanges (in case of failure, you can cut and ready).

5-The dimensions of the fan to be installed are the same as those of a standard Pentium 4 fan.

6-Reduction of holes for a greater canalization of the air inside the box.

7- Adjustment of the holes dedicated to SD and USB.

8- Accommodation for mosfets with 38x63 mm distance between holes.

I hope you like it.

3D printing settings

A density (Fill) of 15%-20% is already valid.

  • 3D file format: STL
  • Publication date: 2019/11/04 at 10:40





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