MSX Module/Cartridge Case

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MSX Module/Cartridge Case by Mar_q Oct 26, 2013
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A case for MSX modules. Loosely based on a 1980s Casio Golf cartridge.


Use 2x16 mm wood screws - need to cut the tip a tiny bit. The bottom part walls are meant to be modified for different types of PCBs.

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Hi Marq!
This case is like Casio case?
I need to modify a litle bit the files,because my board don't fit in this case (I need to remove the board supports)
Wich program you use to create/modify this files?
Thanks for share this great work ;)


The support structures are narrow exactly for the reason that it should be easy to carve them with a knife when needed (to make space for chips, different size PCBs and so on). It's not 100% like a real Casio cart, but rather fits some prototype boards I had lying around. I created the model with Wings 3D.