Commodore 64 Cartridge

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Commodore 64 Cartridge by Makerboost Feb 21, 2015
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Measurements taken from The Final Cartridge III.
Made to house custom cartridge PCB for the Commodore 64.

Now updated with embossed lines and room for label.

23.02.15 - Added new top with hole where label should be.


Walls made to print best with a 0.4 mm nozzle.

Embossed version should probably be printed upright with support to maintain clean lines.

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The case is great, thanks for uploading it! Would it be possible to request a small change?


I'll have a look at changing it for you. Do you have a drawing of where the jack would be located?
Since the center post serves as support for the PCB, would you like there to be supports somewhere else to make sure the PCB stays in the middle of the cartridge?

I've actually switched gears and will be using a WiFi adapter instead so I don't need to the ethernet port at the top anymore. Just the center screw posts and holes removed. I'll be using hot glue to hold the board in place for now. Thanks!

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Great looking cartride case!

What software did you use and would you consider publishing the cad files so that you can adjust it for different PCBs?

Thanks! I used Inventor and I'm sorry, but I won't publish my project files. I will however make any adjustments you might need, so just send me sketches with changes.