Nir Dobovizki shared on Thingiverse:
Without a doubt this is the most useful robot I designed so far.
This is basically an old 12v wall-wart I found in my drawer, an adjustable buck convertor and a volt/amper meter – together they become a very usable power supply for my crazy electronic projects.
This adjustable power supply has 2 banana terminals (one +, one -), 4 connectors for jumper wires (2 +, 2 -) an ampermeter and a voltmeter.
Read the instruction below carefully, assembling this is a bit tricky – the know is very hard to connect after the buck converter in already in it’s place.
Designed with SketchUp, fixed with Microsoft 3D Builder, sliced with Cura and printed in PLA on my Robo3D R1+
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