2023-05-09 (Tu) 12VPowerSupply Drafting

The last time I made a handheld power supply, I focused on the variable unit, but since then, I have needed more power at 12V. I also needed to have terminals to connect loose wires without a tool. I gathered the parts I wanted for a dedicated 12V power supply. Two components are USB modules designed for a car, but one is powerful enough to drive a USB soldering iron.
12V components

All the parts were new, so I had no footprints drafted beforehand. I measured and designed the holes needed for a front and back faceplate. I would position two wooden plates like the last supply and hold them in place with small (M3 and M4) bolts. I spaced everything to avoid interference when I assembled everything.
Front and back plates

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