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Case for Embedded Artists' Labtool:
Note: there have been reports of these STL files not printing correctly. I seem to have succeeded in correcting those files now and I've downloaded new versions:
I didn't find errors in the STL file for the bottom (Labtool_Bottom_05e.stl) so I left it with that.
Mind You, I didn't print that myself because for me the old versions worked fine. If You don't succed in printing I'd much appreciate to get a feedback from You.
Oh, and no "rounded" versions this time. These I could not repair and so gave up on them :)
'Labtool' is an open source-oid tool offering features like a 2 channel oscilloscope and a signal analyzer as well as a signal generator.
The tool comes as a 'naked' PCB and I've decided to make a case for it. Since the board heats up quite a bit I've added a place for a 5V standard size fan.
There are two versions for the top and bottom each: one with rounded corners and one without (these are easier to change if need be).
The 'nut_quite'-file (derived from some thing that I can't find anymore) creates a nut which very nearly fits the connectors of the BNC inputs - but "nut quite" ;)
I've printed the case without raft and support (some sagging but it works).
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