Arduino DUE mount
by MaikaiGuy, published
Finally got my Arduino DUE and I'm excited!
(OK, I excite easily.)
As you may know the DUE is first Arduino board based on a 32-bit micro, Atmel's ATSAM3X8E (ARM Cortex-M3).
What makes this exciting is Atmel supports this board in their free IDE with 50 example projects and support from their software framework (peripheral drivers, etc...).
Yeah... I'm pumped.
Printed on a Replicator with .27 layer height, 10% fill and no support. The board just snaps right in.
If you'd prefer external mounting tabs, they are available in the OpenSCAD code. Just un-comment that portion of code (take away the / and the /).
Go to the website for the Arduino DUE:
Go to the website for the free Atmel IDE (Atmel Studio):