Summary Since I updated/upgraded my part fan I had issue's printing to the far right of the surface because the fan would run into the mainboard mount. So I found the awesome PCB offset, modified the top part to use the actual hole's for the mainboard mounting holes instead of the 2040 screw holes (moves the mainboard even further out of the way) which required some undercutting but fit's great. (I did need to use slightly longer M3 screws to mount the PCB to it's new home) Print Settings Printer: Anet A2 Rafts: Doesn't Matter Supports: Yes Resolution: 0.2 Infill: 25% Notes: Could have probably printed this at 0.3 just fine, didn't think about it until later. Due to my edit's to the design, it allowed me to print it upside down with supports only touching the build plate (saved printing about 30% of support!) however... That being said and done, I will say that it does make the part being laid down onto the supports at the end a finished/showing surface, so if you care about the end result, you should probably just live with the massive amounts of support material needed and print it as shared using full supports. How I Designed This They say a picture is worth a thousand words, well what's a fully interactive 3d model worth!?! Find out how this thing was made with Tinkercad. You can even edit it online!