3D Printer Electronics Enclosure

Enclosure for Ramps 1.6 +Arduino, Ramps 1.4 + Arduino and Raspberry Pi.

3D printer parts and enhancements

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I recently changed to Klipper firmware to be able to easily add a second Ramps-Arduino for 12 volt temperature controlled fans. The space next to the printer was a mess so I decided to combine it all into a single enclosure. The current setup is ramps 1.6-mega on the left side and a ramps 1.4-mega on the right side. Raspberry pi is above the ramps 1.4. I also relocated the LCD adapter board to allow cooling for the raspberry pi. If there is interest I can add a case front for 2 ramps 1.6 or 2 ramps 1.4. Mounts for 2 60mm fans on the back. 60mm fan screens included. If you have any questions, please ask. If you print it, please post it.


Materials and methods

12 M3 x 4mm (for screen mounting)
16 M3 x 6mm (for electronics mounting)
4 M3 x 8mm (case assembly)
20 M3 x 10mm (case assembly)

Velleman 30cm 40-Pin M-M Flat Cable Jumper Wire (for LCD board relocation)

Case Parts
1- Top
1-Double Base
1-Back with 2 60mm fan openings
1 Left side
1-Right side
2-Side screens
1-11mm x 23mm screen
1-7.5mm x 50mm screen

I used Inland Natural PETG for the case and Inland Translucent Blue for the screens.
Nozzle- .4mm
Layer Height- .3 mm



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