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Arduino Uno Case - No Screws Needed

by molds98, published

Arduino Uno Case - No Screws Needed by molds98 Aug 16, 2013

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This case works well for a Arduino Uno R3 that you use to work with breadboards. It is made to store the Uno and work without the top went prototyping. I am also designing shield extenders for it to allow stacking. The last picture in the gallery with the Ethernet Shield & Arduino with an optional top designed for the ethernet shield.

Just print and install Arduino.

All drawings are DWG format drawn in AutoCAD and if you want them please request in comments. They can be used on Autodesk Inventor.
I used Adafruit Rubber bumper 4 pack for feet.
http://www.adafruit.com/products/550

Updates:
March 3 2014 - Added STL for ethernet shield and top for it.

*Note:
Please make sure you flip the top when printing.

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This is being redesigned within Autodesk Fusion 360 (which is free to makers). I will provide the files to allow changes to the design. This will help printing issues I hope.

I love this design! Would it be possible to have you post your Inventor files? I'd like to remix this for a Fortus EEPROM hacking setup I just made! Thanks!

I don't have inventor files but I can provide the Autocad 2012 (.dwg) files if those work for you?

Hi! I really like this case... I was wondering if you have the extenders available, or openscad files. Thanks!

I didn't make it in OpensCAD I will look into porting the files from the software I used. Glad you like the case.

Thanks!

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