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Rugged Arduino Case

by arsanders, published

Rugged Arduino Case by arsanders May 1, 2010

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My first 3D drawing. I needed a case to mount my arduino to various projects. I found a model of the board in the 3D warehouse on Sketchup. Future mods will be extension housings for add on shields and screw terminals. Now i gotta figure out a way to print it.Added images with improvements. thicker sides, pegs that use the holes in the board, and hold down tabs.

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Would like to but i don't know how. I have been slowly learning blender but making a manifold stl. is a pain. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks

Can you update this so you have an STL for both the bottom and top of the case?

Pegs would be close to the limit, but holes that match up to the holes on the Arduino (which you could then ply with screws and washers) would be handily doable.

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Im a newbee so any ideas or help would be appreciated.

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Anonymous on Jun 4, 2010 said:

Can you update this so you have an STL for both the bottom and top of the case?

arsanders on Aug 8, 2010 said:

Would like to but i don't know how. I have been slowly learning blender but making a manifold stl. is a pain. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks

arsanders on May 2, 2010 said:

Ill do that! will a cupacke be able to produce the pegs that small accurately? =-O

MaskedRetriever on May 2, 2010 said:

Pegs would be close to the limit, but holes that match up to the holes on the Arduino (which you could then ply with screws and washers) would be handily doable.

MaskedRetriever on May 2, 2010 said:

One thing that'd be a real bonus to this thing would be holes that line up with the screw holes in the Arduino-- it'd really maximize the ruggedness!

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