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Prusa i3 cable managment

Prusa i3 cable managment

Source: Thingiverse
Summary A complete cable management system for the HIC Reprap Prusa i3 I used the cable chain from here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:709568 for the chain and also edited a little bit the PSU end stops to use in this design. I also edited the inline NEMA "holder" from here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:290798 I also used the back plate from here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:667877 Instructions All files are included, feel free to modify them to suit your setup PSU protective Box Assembly: Print all the wall parts. Glue them together, making sure that the High voltage guard in the middle separates the High Voltage from the low voltage. (optional) Print the C-14 Box and cover if you would like an easy disconnect and switch (Make sure your switch can handle the Amp and Voltage) and glue it to the PSU box, or wherever makes sense to you. Run your cables and Done PSU protective Box Assembly (only compatible with C14 Box V2): Print the box 1b. (optional) Print the C-14 Box V2 and cover if you would like an easy disconnect Run your cables Use a nut and a screw in one side and one of the PSU screws on the other Done C-14 Box (only compatible with the first PSU protective box): Print the C-14 Box files Follow the instruction on PSU Protective Cover C-14 Box V2: NOTE: My printer is lifted of the table with this base: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1025836 this part assumes the your printed is lifted off the table Print the C-14 Box 2 Mount it under your bed Run your cables Done Print the C-14 Box files Mainboard Assembly (MKS Base) Print the Mainboard top and bottom parts Screw the bottom part with the Mainboard (remove the spacers if any. On the top cover run some zip ties but do not tighten them, use them as wire management system. Put the cover on top, it should fit snuggly enough, then pass your cables through the zip ties. Done Z-Axis Assembly Print the NEMA-XZ-Axis and bottom if you want it, and the Z-axis spacer, also print 2 END links (1 female, 1 male) and the amount of chain links you need. 2.Put the NEMA mount on your X-Axis stepper and glue them together Put one of the end stops to the Mainboard "back plate" and the other to the Z-Axis spacer and put that to the NEMA mount Connect the necessary chain links between them and to the End links. Fish the wires through. Done X-Axis Assembly Print the NEMA-XZ-Axis, and the X-axis spacer and its base, also the displacement fixer and the two X-Axis brackets, also print 2 END links (1 female, 1 male) and the amount of chain links you need. 2.Put the NEMA mount on your Extruder stepper. 3 Put the Displacement fixer and one of the end links Glue the X-Axis Brackets together and then mount them to the X-Axis Stepper. Put the Spacer base and then the spacer and glue them to the right position and put the other End link Connect the necessary chain links between them and to the End links. Fish the wires through. Done Y-Axis Assembly Print the Y-Axis frame and Bed Parts, also print 2 END links (1 female, 1 male) and the amount of chain links you need. Put the Y-Axis frame bracket and screw it to the left Z-Axis Stepper Put the Y-Axis bracket to the left front side of your bed (in my case the only way to mount, explore you options) Connect the necessary chain links between them and to the End links. Fish the wires through. Done