DIN Rail Prototyping Stand V02
This is a stand when used with some DIN Rails makes a useful electronic prototyping rig. You will be able to move your prototypes easily with it. Feet are also provided to tilt a bit the stand (15 degrees). You will find on Thingiverse many accessories. Search for DIN Rail.
M4 nuts and bolts are recommended for assembly. You will need 2 x 8 mm and 2 x 16 mm bolts if you are using the feet. Otherwise, 4 x 8 mm will be required.
You will need to print 2 of each. Minimal support material touching the plate is needed for the rail holders. Print them upright. None is required for the risers. An infill of 20% is recommended.
This object was designed using Solid Edge Community Edition.
|DIN Rail Prototyping Stand V02|
|DIN Rail Prototyping Stand V02 Riser|
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