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ItsBobDudes

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I put together some mounts for the BIG PSU for Astro/NAC cabs. There are 2 versions of the rear mount because I believe the NVS-4000-01 comes mounted to a shorter board. The rear wedges into the bracket that the standard PSU wedges into.

Special thanks to @300wins who shipped me some parts to complete my PSU so I had a reason to spin this up.

Secure all your PSUs down.
 

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Looks good Bob. Glad the part I sent was useful and got your NVS-4000 up and running.
 

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I've been biting my tongue, but I can't help myself anymore with the 40% infill comment. Sorry. This thing is super OTT. With an infill of 40%, the whole thing weighs like 800-900g. That's a crap ton of plastic!

If you put big vertical holes in all of the three block shapes, you could easily get the print down to half of the mass. You wouldn't really be compromising structural integrity either. Like it would still support the weight of you standing on it if you wanted to.

FAKE EDIT: quick mock-up of what I had in mind

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Try these out. I wanted to keep the overhangs that keep the wood for the PSU in place in case people are moving their cabs around. I added the reliefs horizontally for easy of printing. I typically print in this orientation.
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