About This File
G'day, another nice thingy from down under. Got non-standard electronics compartment? Some blocks there that don't allow spec placements? Don't have or don't like self-tapping screws? Or are you just up to better wiring and sturdier construction? Alright, Dropbears to rescue. Here comes a rigid bracket for Raspberry Pi, that uses M3 bolts and nuts, and allows mounting along and across the rail.
The bracket needs 1 of rs25_psu_bracket_clip.stl. (now included on the download)
Printing and Plastic
Standard Voron part printing guidelines to follow: 0.4 nozzle, 0.2 layer height, etc.
This part is not exposed to any significant heat, so you could probably use even PLA.
- 6 x M3 hex nuts
- 6 x M3x12 SHCS screws
Pi has mount holes for M2.5 bolts, so putting M3s through might be a problem. Just enlarge these holes with 3.0mm or 3.2mm drill, you won't damage the Pi but will make your life easier.
- that russian guy (aeresov#9959)
A Team Dropbear Production