3D Part Print Files
3D Printed Bracket for Open Mesh RadioThis bracket securely holds the Dual Band Radio, OM5P-AN Access Point (am-3277) with the use of cable ties. This bracket provides locations to cable tie your power cable to. Below are links to the layout print, and print files for making this part in your facility.
CAD (Right-Click Save As)
Layout Print (PDF)
120A Breaker ShieldThis shield is designed to protect a 120 amp main breaker from other robots and game pieces. The shield gives the main breaker protection without sacrificing accessibility. The shield mounts with clearance holes for the 120 amp breaker so no new hardware is needed.
Thanks to the students of FIRST Robotics Competition Team 4364 for designing this printable main breaker protection device. Visit their website here!
STL File(.stl) (right click save as)
Step File(.stp) (right click save as)
Peanut Extrusion Hole GuideOur Peanut Extrusion (am-3090-6) is named for the peanut-shaped rib in the middle that provides additional strength for attachments. For maximum strength, you want to hit that rib--but we know that's not always easy when you can't see it. This 3D-printed hole guide will help by clipping onto the peanut extrusion for better alignment.
We have two versions of the file. We recommend the version that features press-in drill bushings to help you drill even straighter. You can purchase those drill bushings from McMaster-Carr here (part number 8492A155), but if you can't source the bushings we've also provided a version that doesn't use them.
Bushing Drill Guide (.stl)
No Bushing Drill Guide (.stl)
STEP file (.step) (right click save as)
Layout Print (.pdf)
3D Printed Phone and PDU Mount
The Green Girls, Team 7190, spent time perfecting a combination phone and PDU mount that has built ins tress supports for FIRST Tech Challenge robots.
3D Printed Radio Power Retention Clip
The Radio Power Wire Retention Clip is designed to hold the power wire for you OM5P-AN or OM5P-AC radio in place. It is easy to install, and to get your radio out of. It is designed to work with the Power Cable for DLink Or OpenMesh Radio (am-3082) from AndyMark but can be used with any radio power connector that goes straight out of the jack on the radio. Designed by Alan Richman from FRC team 1257 and updated as needed.
Print File (STL)
Print File (STL)