Meant to replace the LCD on Lulzbot Taz 4 / 5 / 6 with a BigtreeTech TFT35 v3.0. Remove the existing LCD and use the preinstalled M5 T slot nuts to secure the TFT_BottomNew.stl to the frame. Made the opening just big enough to be able to fit the wires in there, if you have trouble you can always add your own hole or make it bigger and install the wires before mounting it. Also included a version with M3 sized mounting holes for possible use in other 2020 extrusion based machines. The top cover screws into the bottom part with M2.5 screws self-threading them into the plastic. This works fine for me but if you prefer I'll include a version for M2.5 heatset inserts with a diameter of 3.8mm.
* Made as a part of my Taz 5 SKR 1.4 Turbo Upgrade project. A cheaper (but more labor intensive) alternative to upgrading your machine to the less popular (less supported) Archim board. So don't ask how to connect the TFT35 to the Taz's stock RAMBO board (I don't think it's possible)
* On the Taz the LCD backplate kind of acts as support for the frame so I would recommend adding an inside corner reinforcement like here or here as an example to make sure everything stays nice and square.
Notes / Afterthoughts
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