Mintyboost Prototype Enclosure

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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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Umm, were is the lid?

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

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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.