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UDOO case

by Cussigh98, published

UDOO case by Cussigh98 Oct 7, 2013

Description

Hello to all!
I decided to publish this homes to mini computer endebded udoo. The official website of the board is udoo.org .
The design of the board was given by my professor of drawing A.T. as homework that we had given the newly introduced and the construction of a box for the board.
After you draw it I also printed and I have to say that it came good! :-)
If you have questions write me and I will be happy to answer you.
goodbye by green.pixel .

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I have the same issue as Patola.
I have a quadcore udoo and the case is just too tight. When I am
finally able to squeeze everything in somewhat close the power input
does not line up.

Done. I designed a new case yesterday. It is entirely my original work, but I did create a link back to your design because it was an inspiration.

I ran into the same problems trying to fit my Udoo dual. I was thinking about reprinting at 102%, but I think the design is flawed. The connector positions may vary from unit to unit, but between the protruding ports on the front and the switches sticking out on the side, it's impossible to angle the board in without damaging something. What it probably needs is the faceplate for the main connectors merged with the lid.
I do really like this designs lid, using the logo for venting (and the screen was a nice touch).

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Instructions

what you have need to complete this case:
- a 4.5 x 10 cm iron grid
- 5 screws for fixing the cap
- 6 screws for fixing the UDOO
- some hot glue
- and a UDOO!!!!!!

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360linux on Oct 30, 2013 said:

I have the same issue as Patola.
I have a quadcore udoo and the case is just too tight. When I am
finally able to squeeze everything in somewhat close the power input
does not line up.

Anonymous on Oct 19, 2013 said:

It doesn't work. I printed your case and then tried to fit in my UDOO - the dimensions are exact, so there is no room for the dangling parts of the connectors. I tried reprinting it with 1% increase in size and it sort of squeezed into the case, but it almost broke. 2% increase might be ideal, but I already lost two cases and a good amount of filament.

engrkris on Oct 26, 2013 said:

I ran into the same problems trying to fit my Udoo dual. I was thinking about reprinting at 102%, but I think the design is flawed. The connector positions may vary from unit to unit, but between the protruding ports on the front and the switches sticking out on the side, it's impossible to angle the board in without damaging something. What it probably needs is the faceplate for the main connectors merged with the lid.
I do really like this designs lid, using the logo for venting (and the screen was a nice touch).

Cussigh98 on Oct 20, 2013 said:

It's not my problem! I can only say that: instead of print 3 cases you could file the part more.
Anyway, my udoo inside would fit perfectly (I can just insert a photo for confirmation).
Your udoo is original?
Your printer is calibrated well?
P.S. I invite you to click on "I Made One" and post the pictures.
If you think that my project is not good, post one yourself, always remembering that it is licensed under "Creative Commons - Attribution - No Derivatives"

mkopack on Oct 8, 2013 said:

Nice! Just a couple suggestions - for the ports in the front right corner on top, make those "knock outs" so if we don't use those ports they'll just be covered...

Also, what's the hole on the right side for?

Cussigh98 on Oct 9, 2013 said:

the hole on the right side is for the webcam. wou can found all datais on www.udoo.com

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