The Folding Arduino Lab
by jasonwelsh, published
This thing is one of the coolest things I've come up with. Holds an arduino with breadboard. Has 2 drawers that you can store resistors / caps etc etc.
When the breadboard and drawer are gone, arduino with shield can be stored. Lid protects whatever you have already setup on the proto-board.
I use a m3 allen wrench to hold it together when traveling around with it. Optional PLA "Spike" (See version 2 video on how to make a PLA spike)
There are now two versions
You can also use Gift Cards as the lids to the drawers for those people that would like to add that personal touch to a gift idea.
Video uploading (stay tuned)
Give credit to http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:27759
for the arduino bumper!
Want one but don't have a printer?
Available in the following Color Combos.
On Fire= Red, Yellow, Orange
Joker Special= Purple, Neon Green, Neon Red
Industrial= Silver, Teal, Neon Green
Halloween Platter= Orange, Black, Neon Green
Are you a business that sells Arduino? Wholesale options available contact [email protected] for details.
(Version 2 only)
6- M3 x 35mm Socket head screws) Or use PLA 3mm
1 long 2.5mm allen wrench Or use PLA 3mm
Print 2 drawers!
Add some super glue to the outer form on the arduino side to glue the arduino holder to the drawer outer.
Now when you pull out the M2.5 allen the drawer stays put!
See Pic 3
Print 2 Drawers
Print 2 Covers
Use PLA or 6- m3 x 35mm for hinges
Assemble to match pictures.
Training Daughter in the fine arts of inventing, Pictures added for the sharing in her adventures.
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