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Arduino+Ethernet Case

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Arduino+Ethernet Case by todbot Apr 23, 2012
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Arduino+Ethernet Case by todbot is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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Summary

A really simple case for an Arduino with Ethernet Shield (and with maybe BlinkM)

Instructions

Print out the case.
Optionally, print out the lid.
Take Arduino + Ethernet stack and slid into case.
Snap on lid if you printed it.

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Thanks for sharing! I had a little trouble with the Sketchup file - it appears to be in meters, not mm. Do you have the final dimensions handy?

Nice. I have a bare Aduino + Ethernet + 1 shield, and I've not yet gotten around to designing a case for it. Now I can just print yours! Thanks!

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