About This File
Since these models are designed to work with electrical components (WAGO blocks), use these models at your own risk.
The stock 2020 rail WAGO mounts included in the official Voron files fit the WAGO 221-415 blocks perfectly. So well that I had to break the first one I printed to remove the precious WAGO's, when I remixed the design, and needed them out, to test it. The models here are just modified from the original Voron design, I did not change the parts of the models which hold the WAGO blocks (since that works well).
There are really only 3 changes from the original design incorporated into this remix. The first change was to create a 4x415 block (as well as a 2x415 block). Then I added some taller walls between the WAGO's, and label holders. The walls are there to give connections a bit of extra protection from getting bumped. The last change is the label holders, which are designed to be used with Brother P-Touch 12mm labels, but other labels would also work if they can be made to fit. Since the labels may not stick well to a bumpy printed surface, they are retained by small frames which will slide over them. A dab of superglue could be used to hold the frames if there are no plans to change the labels.
There are three sizes and the label frames are the same between them (just print as many frames as needed). The design shown in the pics is the one I used in my Voron 2.4 R2 build, and is slightly different that the models here. But I only updated the design slightly, so that all the WAGO's have individual frames and higher walls between them in the models posted here (compared to the model I used which has two WAGO's sharing one label frame).
The STEP file is included for easy remixing.
You can check out some of my other projects in progress (and completed projects as well), on my blog here. I'm still building my Voron 2.4 R2 and am working on a few other designs related to it. If you want to help me get to my first spool of Prusament, you can add a make over at Printables for this design.