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CHIPbag™ - Customizable Case for NTC's CHIP
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CHIPbag is a customizeable case for Next Thing Co's C.H.I.P..
Options in Customizer, or by downloading the attached OpenSCAD file, include:
Snap case, Standard or Low-Profile design
Openings for headers
Opening for battery connector
Screw mounts added to sides
Bitbeam added to sides or back
Building bricks added to sides or back
With my printer, the board fits snugly in the case with the given dimensions, and cannot be shaken out. I haven't made prints with all of the options yet and still have some tweaking to do (particularly to the gridbeam spacing). Expect updates over the next couple of days.
Some options will require supports.
Your best options right now are the CHIPbag Snap and the CHIPbag Snap with Bitbeam, for which I've attached STL files. I'm still making lots of changes to the OpenSCAD file, so expect things to not always work correctly. There are some variables which do not yet do anything at all.
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