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Mintyboost Prototype Enclosure

by silber, published

Mintyboost Prototype Enclosure by silber Jan 12, 2010

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A wood-machinable or printable enclosure for the MintyBoost. Designed to fit the Adafruit kit's dimensions, with a vacuum formed lid that slides on for access to the batteries.

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The intention was for it to be milled of wood with nothing cut out of it, then that mold used to vacuum form a lid that fits in the grooves on the side. Quite frankly, I never designed this to printed! I would've changed some of the angles, I recognize they won't work well with a Cupcake, for example. I can gladly upload the .ipt files if the community would want so it would be more modifiable.
Umm, were is the lid?

I've loaded these up in Zprint for my Z450 3D printer but I don't see any lid.

- SR

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Umm, were is the lid?

I've loaded these up in Zprint for my Z450 3D printer but I don't see any lid.

- SR
The intention was for it to be milled of wood with nothing cut out of it, then that mold used to vacuum form a lid that fits in the grooves on the side. Quite frankly, I never designed this to printed! I would've changed some of the angles, I recognize they won't work well with a Cupcake, for example. I can gladly upload the .ipt files if the community would want so it would be more modifiable.
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