2021-10-26 (Tu) EWC_Panel Foot pad

I have struggled with how to mount the faceplates into the enclosures. I thought about putting them on risers with magnets at the bottom, gluing them in place, printing angle brackets, and buying angle brackets. I may make angle brackets later. I decided to start with printing footpads. A bolt will pass through the faceplate, into a riser, then out the bottom of the enclosure, and into the foot, with an installed nut. The design was pretty ordinary, but I liked how the rounded edges looked.
Foot pad with a nut socket

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