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Slim Arduino Uno Case

by Torsten, published

Slim Arduino Uno Case by Torsten Aug 21, 2012

Description

I wanted a very slim case for my Arduino Uno R2 that still allows to access the headers.

The open hardware logo used is the DXF version by Andrew Plumb which can be downloaded from oshwlogo.com/.

Source repository is on [http://github.com](https://github.com/t-paul/things/tree/master/things/arduino-case "Link to source repository") with viewer at [http://fabfabbers.com](http://www.fabfabbers.com/models/id/23/arduino-case-by-t-paul "Repository visualization").

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You can replace that with anything you want. Either take the OpenSCAD file from github and use a different DXF file or just modify the STL of the top part that has no logo with any STL editor you like.

I have a question about the open hardware license, Does your logo need to be kept the same size? I plan on adding a small screen and I'm afraid it will interfere. Let me know.

This is almost exactly what I was looking for. The only
thing that would make this more appealing would be the additional option for
mounting holes on the bottom portion of the case. If I wanted to incorporate
the Arduino in a project, I would use the mounting holes on the case rather
than removing the Arduino from this enclosure. Thanks for sharing the files!

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Letsdoone on Jan 16, 2014 said:

I have a question about the open hardware license, Does your logo need to be kept the same size? I plan on adding a small screen and I'm afraid it will interfere. Let me know.

Torsten on Jan 16, 2014 said:

You can replace that with anything you want. Either take the OpenSCAD file from github and use a different DXF file or just modify the STL of the top part that has no logo with any STL editor you like.

Goobaby on Dec 26, 2013 said:

This is almost exactly what I was looking for. The only
thing that would make this more appealing would be the additional option for
mounting holes on the bottom portion of the case. If I wanted to incorporate
the Arduino in a project, I would use the mounting holes on the case rather
than removing the Arduino from this enclosure. Thanks for sharing the files!

DanMoraes on Jun 29, 2013 said:

i cant make it work on My Replicator 2, export always fails

Torsten on Jun 29, 2013 said:

I guess that's with the MakerWare software then? I don't have that, so I can't help with that. Maybe check with MakerBot support, they should be able to help.

iamjustjoeking on May 4, 2013 said:

Awesome!!! Just printed the base and my Arduino Uno snaps in perfectly!!

I printed it at .2mm layer thickness, 1 shell and 100% infill.

allanonmage on Feb 11, 2013 said:

I printed the base w/holes and the mounting holes went the full height of the box and there were not cutouts for ports. Sturdy box, but not what is pictured, though the GCODE seems to match what I wound up with.

Also, Slicer/Pronterface says it's not manifold :(

Slicer .7.x, pronterface, Printrbot LC

Torsten on Feb 11, 2013 said:

I've added arduino-case_bottom-holes_fixed.stl, that seems to work with slic3r (I'm using cura which didn't show any issues).

Rich140 on Jan 3, 2013 said:

downloads dont seem to work... :(

darkomen on Sep 17, 2012 said:

it's works with an arduino duemilanove??

Torsten on Sep 17, 2012 said:

I don't have a duemilanove to test. As far as I know the only difference is that the duemilanove has only 3 pcb holes. There is a switch in the scad file to print only the base of the 4th pin, but I couldn't test if that fits.

(Or maybe just cut the 4th pin after printing).

rocketboy on Sep 16, 2012 said:

Beautiful looking case! It fits my Uno perfectly.

The default z wall thickness is sort of low though, I upped it from .8mm to 1.2mm to make it more rigid.

stevecooley on Aug 30, 2012 said:

The fit on this is really nice! thanks very much. My extruder needs a bit of adjusting to get a good print, but it so far so good. Seems like you could just throw arduino shields right over the top of the case since the headers are open and the fit is so good.

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