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A case with sliding lid for the Arduino Uno, featering two openings on the left-hand side for the USB and power interface, and inside four bumps with screw holes (matching with the holes in the board) to fix your Arduino.
Mainly thought for store and transport reasons, you might also use it as a case in time of operation, adding some holes to the lid according to the pins below. Feel free do hack ;-)
There are two stl files to download: ardib for the bottom, ardid for the lid. I separated these parts because printing them together (on an ultimaker, layer thickness 0.2mm) results in poor "weld seams" where the printhead is jumping from one piece to the other.
Arduino Uno Case by 3Design3 is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.
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