UsbASP Programmer Case

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UsbASP Programmer Case by gggkkk Jun 20, 2013
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This is a case for el-cheapo usbasp programmer.

The case is minimalistic and fits in the slots of the cable connector.

Print vertical with 1mm walls and no infill (walls are 1mm).

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Apparently there are 2 versions of the USBasp. Mine is shorter and has LED's along its length instead of across its width. I've drawn up a V2 design for this other USBasp configuration. You can get the file here http://repables.com/r/437/

Fit my betemcu.cn USBasp nicely but the tabs broke off right away. I used a piece of kapton tape to hold it on

Sometimes on little parts like this, I'll print 3 or 4 of them on a plate so that the plastic has time to cool on the little features. It wastes some plastic, but you end up with a nicer part, and you have an extra one to give a friend!

Yes, the tabs a tiny and could be a problem. Also, they could the printed too wide depending on your settings. I suggest to sand them down to size.

Instead of kapton tape you can also glue to edge of the case to the connector with superglue and make this a definitive case.