I had built another one of these and am very pleased with it, so I made another with a smaller foot print and 2 negative posts.
To save the space, the cables are moved from the front of the power supply to the rear and tucked in to a pocket beneath the handle. You’ll need to either drill a hole in the top cover of the power supply to re-route the wires or remove it completely. If you leave the top cover off, it will need to be glued together otherwise it should stay together with pressure.
The handle connects to the center piece with a dove tail.
download the files on: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2838805
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