The following is the original v1.0:
Printables download link: Printables
You can buy the Jackpot CNC Control Board (a FluidNC board, which is GRBL compatible) here: Jackpot CNC Controller – V1 Engineering Inc
You can buy the super quiet 40mm cooling fan that I use here (affiliate link): Amazon.com
Just finished my remix work on a Jackpot case / control board box that combines Ryan’s @vicious1’s excellent design, with @Tokoloshe’s great idea of a plexiglas window on the lid, combined with @Jonathjon great idea to extend the length by 25mm for room for his add-ons.
A couple of bits of extra work I did is that now it no longer needs a corner ground off as with @Tokoloshe’s original, and I went ahead and made a mirrored version since I will need mine to have the board’s ports facing the X-max side instead of X-min.
Also, I have added a choice of bases — one with and one without accommodation for a 40mm cooling fan — in case someone already has one on hand to use, or considers it important enough to get one and add it.
I am astounded with how much smaller this case is than the ones for the BTT SKR.
I’m currently printing mine, but here’s a preview from renderings.
I’m working now to add a version that will accommodate one 40mm cooling fan, in case someone already has it on hand to use, or feels it important enough to get and add.
UPDATE: the cooling fan accommodation option has been added.
My only critique is that the no fan one should have three of the V1 logos on the side, in keeping with the Jackpot theme.
I hear you, but there’s just not room. This board is small and the case is tiny! Also, for purposes of channeling the one fan’s suction, I will be “plugging” both those V1E logo holes with incoming cable sleeves!
LowRider v3 CNC: new Jackpot board getting its heat sinks installed
Re. The width of the plexiglas window part — I had originally allowed a bit too much tolerance on that. The opening is set for 75 mm. I thought I had called for 74.25, but on checking, I had actually called for 72.25 mm on the plexiglas. I have now corrected the listing and posting. That narrower width will be OK if you glue it in while having the lid in position, to make sure you don’t deform the lid making it too tight for installation. This will call for being careful not to glue the lid to the base. When I now say, “take care” I am not speaking in mere cliche. Taking care will result in a good usable item. So… take care!