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2020 Open Air Test Bench ATX PSU Bracket

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2020 Open Air Test Bench ATX PSU Bracket 3d model
2020 Open Air Test Bench ATX PSU Bracket 3d model
2020 Open Air Test Bench ATX PSU Bracket 3d model
2020 Open Air Test Bench ATX PSU Bracket 3d model
2020 Open Air Test Bench ATX PSU Bracket 3d model
2020 Open Air Test Bench ATX PSU Bracket 3d model
2020 Open Air Test Bench ATX PSU Bracket 3d model
This model is restricted by licensing terms. 
1 Likes8 DownloadsJune 22, 2023
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Model originally uploaded to Thingiverse at https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:6090214.

This replaces the acrylic PSU bracket on my cheap open air 2020 test bench case. The acrylic broke while I was carrying it. I designed this to be super rigid so that it won't break. This is way overdesigned. I iterated using the ATX specification, but it turns out that the stickers on Corsair power supplies are about 0.35 mm on either side. This will at least fit a CX650M and smoothly slide in. The holes are sized for M4 screws. With my T-nuts I needed 10mm. You'll need longer 6-32 screws than come with most PSUs.

If you print it back face down it shouldn't require any supports.

I'm new to SolveSolid, but I tried to make it easily modifiable. I'm including native file for it, STL and STEP. The native

Warning: In Orcaslicer, the STEP file generates a lot of non-manifold regions. Make sure to click "repair" if you import using that.


1 Likes8 DownloadsJune 22, 2023





This model is restricted by licensing terms. 
1 Likes8 DownloadsJune 22, 2023
This model is restricted by licensing terms.