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Prusa LED Holder

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I really liked the idea of a light in my enclosure that wasn't attached to the enclosure so that quick and easy removal of the enclosure for maintenance wasn't a hassle.
I found this one which I liked and printed, then realized the issues with it; scaling and the extruder would hit it at full height. I used it as a basis to create my own and add height to it.

After printing the LED strip holder needs to be glued together. I just used some leftover 12v LED tape strip that I had from a different project. I wired it into a spare 12v output on my power supply and control the light with a relay switch that is controlled through GPIO output via Octoprint on a raspberry pi.

update
I added some new fasteners to attach it to the ceiling of the enclosure and ditched the arms. New stl added for the fasteners.

  • 3D file format: STL
  • Publication date: 2020/02/05 at 20:49

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I'm just a Dad who enjoys 3d printing and a multitude of other interesting projects.

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