Z80 Membership Card Tall Case
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This is a small case for Lee hart's Z80 membership Card computer. It's designed to fit in an Altoids Mint tin. With the addition of the SIO/RAM/CP/M card, the Altoids tin was no longer tall enough to accomodate the stack of cards. So I designed one, based on the Altoids can, with cut outs for the Micro SD Card, and the FTDI serial connection :)
It's a great little retro computer project. :)
because there are not a lot of details i chose to print at .3mm instead of the usual .2mm layer height. but feel free to print at either. :) Printed it in PLA, also when installing the 3 card stack into the case, first put the SIO card, on the Z80 card, tilt and insert those two first, then you stack the front panel card onto those once they are in the case... :)
to remove the cards from the case, remove the front panel board first, then tilt the other two as you remove them... a bit tricky, but I figured it out, so can you :)
Cheers. :) I hope you guys like it. it's a small audience for this device. :)
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