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Digispark Container with Lid

by AMS3000, published

Digispark Container with Lid by AMS3000 Feb 2, 2013

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I had a hard time slicing the ancestor object in Slicer for my Printrbot's 0.5mm nozzle, so I took it into Tinkercad and made the walls fatter. While I was in there, I made a lid. The resulting object works, but careful, because they fit together almost too tightly! Not sure how I will get it off :/


Print out two halves. Put your Digispark inside. Snap shut. Done. Possibly regret not having a good way to get it out again…

If you have a finer nozzle - consider using the ancestor, Digispark Board Holder/Protector.

Made with Tinkercad. Feel free to copy and do your own mix:


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Yeah the original was a nice friction fit with ABS (Since I didn't have a top to hold it on). Nice work on the lid.

Thanks! I haven't printed it yet, but, you just saved me from designing it. It was next up on my list

Let me know how it comes out! I think that If I just scaled up the lid a tiny bit it would be a better fit.