Customizable Motor Case

by Ishanina, published

Customizable Motor Case by Ishanina Mar 7, 2013

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This is a Customizable version of http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:28143

I have lots of different generic motors, and I need them for a couple of projects that involve the Arduino. In order to make the motor less ugly and more capable of being screwed on to something, I made a parametric case, so that I could put in the parameters, and get a case for any of my motors. Then I realized that other people might need a motor case too, so I put it on Thingiverse under public domain. It also comes with 2 example motor case, for the motors shown in the pictures.
(It is not physically tested yet, although it has been theoretically tested)

Update: 7/27/2013
Now you can change the resolution for better prints and faster rendering!


To make a parametric design:

  1. Open in Customizer
  2. Customize
    NOTE: When you customize, I recommend using as accurate values as possible for your measurements.

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What are the units? mm, cm, inches? Looks like mm.

I believe the units are arbitrary. You can use really whatever you want. The program you use to print will interpret the units in the STL as mm or inches depending on your setting

For the examples I made, I used mm.