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FTDI Adaptor Enclosure

by mattjoyce, published

FTDI Adaptor Enclosure by mattjoyce Jan 18, 2013

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My first attempt at an enclosure. It's a bit fragile, but better than nothing, which is what I had before.

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oh yes, I may not make a one piece for this, but will add a hole to the top, there's also an LED which can;t be seen.
Matt, if you redesign for a one piece see if you can leave a window above the header labels so you can peek in and see whats what. Thanks for the post BTW.
Oh that's a neat idea. Frankly, the friction holding the pieces together is not really satisfactory.
I may try you approach. Thank you.

Is there a library of ways to design lids, clasps, closures, etc I'm a design noob.

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Matt, if you redesign for a one piece see if you can leave a window above the header labels so you can peek in and see whats what. Thanks for the post BTW.
oh yes, I may not make a one piece for this, but will add a hole to the top, there's also an LED which can;t be seen.
that looks really handy. If you do more of this sort of thing, I've found it really handy to design cases where you print in one go, but pause in the middle to insert the thing you want to encase. I've made a ton of thingiverse.com/thing:29716 for holding soft lithium batteries, and it saves you the slight effort of designing mating surfaces for the lid and base and then gluing.
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Oh that's a neat idea. Frankly, the friction holding the pieces together is not really satisfactory.
I may try you approach. Thank you.

Is there a library of ways to design lids, clasps, closures, etc I'm a design noob.
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