Drilling Templates for Bud Industries Enclosures
- Drilling Templates for Bud Industries Enclosures
Preparing the Patterns
Our enclosure drilling patterns should be printed on 8.5" × 11" paper. When printing, be sure not to scale the image or "shrink to fit within the margins," doing so will cause the image to shrink and may create a problem with spacing. Each pattern has two "cut" lines. Cut along each of the cut lines and line up the top edge with the bottom lip of the enclosure. This will ensure the spacing is correct so a 3/16th" plate can be used in the bottom of the enclosures for mounting.
This template will allow up to two network / RJ45 style glands and 24 string glands in an NBF-32022 enclosure. This design is primarily used for a fully string-expanded K8-B or K8-PB, or a chain of and SRx4 and SRx2.
Bud NBF-32022 Hole Drilling Pattern v1.pdf
This drilling template will allow up to five network / RJ45 style glands and 16 string glands in an NBF-32022 enclosure. This can should be used with a Kulp K16A-b, Falcon F16, or
Bud NBF-32022 Hole Drilling Pattern v2.pdf
This template will allow up to two network / RJ45 style glands and 32 string glands in an NBF-32026 enclosure. This was an initial design and is favorable for the OCD. It puts all pigtails in symmetrical rows of eight. This plan is out of favor as the second plan allows for more and a better layout.
Bud NBF-32026 Hole Drilling Pattern v1.pdf
This drilling template will allow up to six network / RJ45 style glands and 33 string glands in an NBF-32026 enclosure. Although this plan is not as OCD as the first plan, it puts all the network glands at the front of the box where they are easily accessible and unencumbered by the pigtails. The pigtails fall down below the network glands to stay easily accessible. Since the pigtails are hanging, the grouping is not as important.
Bud NBF-32026 Hole Drilling Pattern v2.pdf
Originally Published 11/10/2023 EST
Updated 11/10/2023 2:37 PM EST
By Ken MacMaster