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Updated Ender 5 Console Cover with Drawers

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3D model description

This is an updated version of my console cover with storage drawers that I have added a small 3rd drawer on the side that includes a nozzle holder drawer insert as well. It has my newly designed drawers that have clips so they snap into the cover and work as a drawer stop but can be flexed to easily remove the drawer no screws or tools needed. I also redesigned the side cover to attach with magnets instead of screws which is a big improvement especially if you needed frequent access to your Pi SD card you had to remove screws to remove cover now it just snaps on and off and it works really well.

3D printing settings

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.2 Layer Height
.8 Wall
.8 Top / Bottom Layers

3D printer file information

  • 3D design format: PDF, STL, and TXT Folder details Close
    • 2pc_Cover Bottom.STL
    • Case Assembly.pdf
    • Common Drawer Specifications.pdf
    • Drawer Knob.STL
    • Drawer Stop.STL
    • Long Drawer.STL
    • Nozzel Holder Drawer Insert.STL
    • Nozzle Drawer Knob.STL
    • Nozzle Drawer.STL
    • Pi-3B+_Board Riser Post.STL
    • Pi-3B+_Case.STL
    • Pi-4_Case.STL
    • Pi-4_Riser Post.STL
    • Purchased Item Links.txt
    • Side Cover.STL
    • Small Drawer.STL

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  • Last update: 2020/12/05 at 15:40
  • Publication date: 2020/09/09 at 22:13





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Hi, I'm interested in buying this design, but my only hesitation is that there does not seem to be an easy way to access the GPOI pins on the pi without removing the entire side. Would it be possible to add a cut out on the back (or some other means of access) for the pins?

It looks like I can get an opening for the GPIO pins and I have a slot already in the case I have modeled and it looks like it should work. I have some screen shot images I can show you. Use the below link to access the images. The link will be good for 4 days so if this looks like it would work for me let me know if you purchase and I will send you another link to download the modified case, just let me know which PI version you will be using, the images are for the PI 4.!Am7fP5RVaiTDgb19bZMI8gn8HHsdBA?e=rnHGCq

That looks perfect! I just went ahead and purchased this design. My current plan is to use a rpi 3b+ but may end up going with a 4 depending on performance. Would it be possible to get both versions? Also, I noticed in the purchased items file, the link to the magnets no longer works. Can you please provide a new link?

I have both the PI-3 and PI-4 cases with the GPIO cut-out uploaded to the same folder I put the images in. The same link will work but below is another copy of it if you need it. That folder will be accessible until Wednesday. Please let me know if you have any issues downloading. Also for the magnets they are 3mm Diameter x 2mm Thick and below is another link I found on Amazon that should work.

Thank you for purchasing and I hope you enjoy it, I really like it on my printer and have found it very useful and I hope you do as well.

Folder Link!Am7fP5RVaiTDgb19bZMI8gn8HHsdBA?e=rnHGCq

Amazon Magnets Link

Thank you so much! My printer comes in later this week and I look forward to printing and adding this upgrade.

Hi, I'm finally getting around to printing this and when I re-downloaded the zip I accidentally deleted the versions of the pi cases with the GPIO cut out. Can you please resend those to me? Also, do you have any recommendations with regards to print orientations and use of support?

Looks like I was able to recover the files so no worries there. I would still love to hear any printing recommendations you have for all the various parts though

Hi! I'm also interested in this GPIO cut for the PI-3. Could you send me this model too? Just purchased.

Thank you!!

What magnets were used the link is an old listing not viewable?

The download should have had a text file (Purchased Items.txt) with the links to all the purchased items I used. In case you didn't get this here is a list as well. I hope this helps if not let me know and I will help you all I can. Thank you for purchasing and helping support my future projects.

Amazon Screw Kits

Amazon Metric Tee Kit

Amazon Raspberry Pi Cooling Fans

Amazon USB Cables

Amazon 3 OD x 2 Magnets

What all screws are needed for the box?

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