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Case for Minim OSD with Team-kv mods

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Case for Minim OSD with Team-kv mods by RandyR Oct 18, 2014
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Another case for the minim-OSD, but this one accomodates the slightly wider board used on the OSD that sports the Team-kv modifications (such as the OSD from Witespy or a few choice sellers on Ebay), which add an additional row of pin connections across the top of the board. I am not actually using these pins yet, so the original case does not offer external access to them. However, I have included a separate top which does provide a slot openning for access to these pins.

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Designed in Viacad and printed on Printrbot printer. Design is shamelessly borrowed from and/or inspired-by the fine design by dennisbaldwin. I highly recommend viewing his fine how-to videos on Youtube... easily some of the best and most useful videos you'll find there.
I print these with .22mm layer height and 25% infill, though I suspect most any values will work well. It doesn't need to be exceedingly strong and we do want to keep it light in weight.

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Dude thats super awsome remix!!! can you pleaseeeee add a side hole for connecting the extra 8 pins with a right angle pin instead of a straight one you have made?! your the king!!! :)

I just uploaded a second model of a top and bottom which I think should work for right-angle pins for the side 8 pins. I had to move one of the closure latches, but I don't think it will affect much.

I haven't built one to test it, so let me know if it works.

OK , so i finally had the chance to print this baby out. the cap closes just right very easy to open and close it up, the length is also exactly right...but sadly theres about 1/2mm diffrence in the width, maybe it is best to add 1/2mm to the width to be safe...i would try to get it to fit abyway or print a new one if youll upload a new version...and again, you are a king!

Thanks for the feedback. I may try to fix it soon, but not having much time for it right now. You might try printing another scaled to 101% or 102%. That's what I usually do for tight fits. It might work.

WOW dude that was a superquick reply ! i greatly appriciate your response to my request! i'll try to print this soon and update here after a quick test :)

THANKS AGAIN!

No problem at all... you caught me at a convenient time. Please let me know if it needs any further tweaking.

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