I've built a power/power button/060 toggle switch bracket for the CT60e, which you can find on Thingiverse
or fully editable on Tinkercad
The text I've written on Thingiverse...
This is a bracket for an Atari Falcon030 computer with the CT60e 68060 accelerator card and a picoPSU power supply. It sits under the CT60e and slots into the PSU slots on the motherboard, and fills the empty IEC inlet and power switch holes on the back on the Falcon case.
In the former IEC inlet space are now holes for the picoPSU +12V input, a CT60e power button, and a 68030/68060 toggle switch. The former power switch space is left available for future expansion.
The +12V input hole (the lowest of the three) should work for any picoPSU (and perhaps for similar tiny ATX power supplies if they use the same size input), but the other two holes may require customisation to fit your own power button and switch. A fully customisable version
can be found on Tinkercad.
I found this prints best with the "back" (i.e. the part that shows outside the back of the Falcon once installed) facing down on the build plate. I got best results printing on blue tape with no raft. Since this orientation results in the vertical (post-installation) holes being filled with support material, after pulling the supports out with pliers, I smoothed out the insides with a 7 mm drill bit turned by hand. If these holes aren't fairly clean inside, it will be difficult to get the Falcon top case back on.Update 12.09.2019
: I've improved the design of the feet so that the legs of the Falcon top case now hold the bracket in place when the case is screwed together. This also positions the top case legs at the same height as they would be with a factory PSU installed. (The previous version of this bracket allowed the case legs to rest on the motherboard, 1 mm lower than their standard position.)
Feel free to download, customise, improve, and enjoy!
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