COMPLETE 7-inch paneldue enclosure with SMALL panic button

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  1. Björn

    Björn Well-Known Member

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    Shamelessly stolen some ideas and work from Emphemeris, see: https://forum.e3d-online.com/index.php?threads/paneldue-control-panel-with-panic-button.2510/

    And also ideas and work from a onshape model: https://cad.onshape.com/documents/9...43fd2862e58ea994f4/e/74a8b5cf8e8f6140315366d4

    I came up with this. There are openings in the case for the USB port and the SD card. The pushbuttons for erase and reset are functional (with plungers), and there is also a 6mm hole for a e-stop pushbutton along the ideas from the tread above.

    (Edited the front part somewhat, error in previous version) Step and stl files are up to date
     

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    Björn Well-Known Member

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    Just found out what the erae button does... no good :) You have to flash the paneldue firmware agan.. so beware
     
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    20170226_151549[709].jpg Full Z-height! he top edge is about 5 mm lower than the bed, so no problems with print fan or something else
     
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    Do you still remotely mount the panel due on a ribbon or do you attach it to the LCD
     
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    Directly to the LCD (paneldue 2.0 I think)
     
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    Thanks. I took your design and removed all unnecessary things, made it 8mm shorter on the right side, so it would print in under 2 hours per part.
    The display is mounted to the lower part so I can easily take off the top to access the buttons.
     

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