Here are the files for the NEMA23 compatible mounting solution for the D5065, and NEMA34 for D6374 dual shaft motors and CUI AMT-102v encoder, which are the ones currently available from the ODrive shop.
There are two versions of the enclosures, one has triangular overhang ventilation holes and can be printed without supports. The other version allows using a 40mm fan for forced air cooling. Since the motors have a thermistor, you could control the fan speed based on motor temperature.
Get the base plate milled in Aluminum and the cover printed in high temp PLA. much cheaper and more accurate. Those metal sinter parts are actually pretty rough when they come out of the oven and have rather bad tolerances.
Just had a print return for the D5065 motor and noticed that the faceplate is the wrong size. The sizing is for the D6374. The spacing of the M4 screws to attach the motor to the faceplate are 30mm apart, but they should be 20mm.
This error is in the Onshape docs, not in the downloadable STEP/STL files.
Thank you for the response. No, i don’t have the Pro version. Yesterday I managed to read temperature with arduino , so i can use it to controll the cooling fan too. The only thing that i dont have are the poly coefficients, so for now my temp readings are not so accurate.
Has anyone here found the poly coefficients of the thermistor of the D6374?