PSU Risers for STF Remake board

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PSU Risers for STF Remake board

Post by rubber_jonnie » Sun Dec 09, 2018 11:18 am

Ok, first off, thanks to Icky for providing the dimensions for me to design these things.

Second, I haven't yet had time to print these out, so at present they are untested, so printing is at your own risk.

Thirdly, they go in specific positions, so reference this pic to get them in the right place: viewtopic.php?f=64&t=1205&start=660#p14864

The STL files are named as per the locations.

Good luck!
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Re: PSU Risers for STF Remake board

Post by PhilC » Sun Dec 09, 2018 11:21 am

Thanks RJ,

I don't think Icky has a 3d printer but I'll try these myself later if I get time.

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Re: PSU Risers for STF Remake board

Post by rubber_jonnie » Sun Dec 09, 2018 11:29 am

Perfect 😁
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Re: PSU Risers for STF Remake board

Post by Icky » Sun Dec 09, 2018 2:31 pm

Forgottenmyname wrote:
Sun Dec 09, 2018 11:21 am
Thanks RJ,

I don't think Icky has a 3d printer but I'll try these myself later if I get time.
Thanks both - R_J for creating these and for Forgottenmyname for printing out previous parts for me for the remake.

I do have a 3D printer but its a shambles. Its been put away many many moons ago when the nozzles were playing up big time and firmware is all messed up.

So to all intents and purposes I don't really have a printer currently. May be I could get it out over Xmas and try and get it working and if succeed try out R_J parts.

Forgottenmyname - were you not mentioning about looking at more ST Remake 3D parts when you build your second board. What sort of items were you thinking of?

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Re: PSU Risers for STF Remake board

Post by PhilC » Sun Dec 09, 2018 2:36 pm

I can send you the parts Icky if you want. Got some new filament to try today, purple though.

The other bits I'm making will be to make a desktop type case for my STF.

Been working on a keyboard case last night but will have to print it in about 6 bits.

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Re: PSU Risers for STF Remake board

Post by PhilC » Sun Dec 09, 2018 6:32 pm

The risers fit pretty well to the STF and don't look too bad.

As for my new filament, looks like it needs some tweaking. I'm trying the risers again with my usual filament as a comparison but here's the photo Any way.

Printer with Ziro purple PLA.
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Re: PSU Risers for STF Remake board

Post by rubber_jonnie » Sun Dec 09, 2018 6:55 pm

Ahh awesome, hoping to do a run this evening of a set in my signature black filament 😀
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Re: PSU Risers for STF Remake board

Post by Icky » Sun Dec 09, 2018 7:11 pm

Looking good :coolpics:

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Re: PSU Risers for STF Remake board

Post by PhilC » Sun Dec 09, 2018 8:27 pm

They printed out better with my trusty old filament, Sunlu PLA+ which I highly recommend.

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Re: PSU Risers for STF Remake board

Post by rubber_jonnie » Mon Dec 10, 2018 1:01 am

Managed to print some out, they seem fine, but only just got them done, as I ran out of filament! Bloody annoying, though to be fair it was just what came with the printer, and I've had a good run with it. Still, I have some filament coming for Xmas as well, so if I order some now as well, I'll have options 😁
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800XL + Ape Warp mod, 2x 1010 cassette, 1050 + Happy mod, 65XE (128k) & XC12, SIO2SD, 2600jr, 7800 and Lynx II
Atari 520ST (1Meg) + Gotek, 1040STFM + Vortex ATOnce + Gotek, 1040STF long button floppy, 4160 STE with Gotek and ROM switcher, 4160STE with 32Mhz booster, ROM switcher and CosmosEx, not to mention various bare ST boards for testing including a PAK 68/2 :)
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