Freetronics EtherTen Case

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Freetronics EtherTen Case by rekrapd Jul 18, 2012
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Another case for an arduino - this time a Freetronics EtherTen module. There are two top parts available - one with access holes to the I/O pins and a ventilation grill; the other just a closed lid.


This case was designed for a UP 3D Printer and snaps together if printed on fine setting with 0.2mm Z increments.

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A friend of mine and I made this today on his UP 3D printer. Fit together quite nicely with minimal effort. Thank you :)


Nice. What did you design it with? I'm working on one for EtherMega, with a lid option to suit Freetronics LCD display shield. Let me know if I'm wasting my time :)

I designed it using Autodesk Inventor 2013 free for Education version. If you are a student or teacher, you can download a fully functional version at http://students.autodesk.com/http://students.autodesk.com/ for non-commercial use. I might get around to modifying it for the LCD shield sometime - stay tuned!