Trendy Arduino Case
by huertanix, published
This is a remix of Will Bradley's Tactical Arduino, but optimized for the Arduino Uno's amount of things-protruding-from-the-board. Also made it around 20% cooler.
This design was made for laser cutting in CorelDraw, which only runs on Windows because Corel hates freedom and baby animals. Formatted for cutting/etching using NYC Resistor's Epilog laser cutter. Blue lines are set to cut, and any fill is set to etch. More info on NYCR's laser wiki: wiki.nycresistor.com/wiki/Laser_Power
Acrylic used can be aquired at eStreePlastics: www.estreetplastics.com/Transparent_Orange_Plexiglass_3_16_Thick_p/t051871212.htm. Recommended dimensions are 12"x12"x3/16" sheets of black and translucent orange plexiglass. I recommend against using fluorescent orange since that just sort of looks raver-y and not isolinear-chip-from-star-trek-y.
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