With the only constraint being that the connection is "easily" removable (e.g. not soldered, but common tools are fine), what style of power connectors work best for vibrating environments?
Specifically, I'm looking at 3D printers. A popular brand has a moving bed with a power connector to attach it. Their warranty stipulates that the connection is regularly checked and tightened. As you can imagine, there are cases of the connection loosening, then shorting and frying the bed. Is this a poor implementation, or is this a standard enough design for the circumstance?
For some context, here is their assembly manual.
There's a question here regarding which is better - screw vs. push in. I'm curious in the general case what style is the most robust to regular movement.