iCEstick Eval Board case
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After reading about Kevin's fantastic project to turn a cheap Lattice FPGA development board into a fully functional logic analyzer (https://blackmesalabs.wordpress.com/2016/10/24/sump2-96-msps-logic-analyzer-for-22/) I couldn't resist ordering one and building a logic analyzer myself.
Once I had everything up and running (with Kevin's fantastic support) I decided it was missing a case, so here you will find the results of that case design.
It isn't fantastic, but if you find it useful, great.
I designed this in OpenSCAD but have also included the STL file for folks who don't have OpenSCAD installed.
There are a few parameters which can be changed if your board doesn't quite fit, or if you would prefer thicker/thinner walls, more overlap between top and bottom, a different top/bottom split point etc... so play around.
NOTE : I updated the files on 11-7-2016 to fix an issue found by rwong56 (Thanks for checking and letting me know Bud)
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