Detailed description: https://burningbecks.wordpress.com/2021/01/19/x5s-z-axis-braced-single-motor-driven-balls-of-steel/
Holds two 360W power supplies at the back of the frame.
To install the "Tronxy X5S Single z motor mod by spegelius" (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3612257) I needed to fix those power supplies somewhere to the frame.
So I made this.
It holds the stock 12V "S-360-12" and a "Maidodo" branded 24V "JW-024-H030F" (or a second S-360-12) as well as the MOSFET module.
Pictures taken from the first iteration - I did not re-print it, as the main body alone uses more than 300g of filament.
Be sure to have your support settings sorted before printing!
If you want to compile it yourself, follow the comments in the code to get to the vitamins and the "Chamfered primitives".
To stop those fans from blowing at your parts, you'll need some kind of "snorkel".
=> You'll have to diassemble your PSUs to mount those. <=
I used "Fan suppressor by _Godoy_" (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2302554), but the original "60mm Fan silencer by Maxdarkdog" (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2284893) might be better at reducing noise. (TBH they both won't reduce nosie significantly, but they do redirect the airflow. ;-) )
Since libre3d has problems hosting .scad and .stls with conditional compilation, I uploaded everything in ZIP-archives.
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