Silicone molding of a ESP8266 (Wemos mini)
by south, published
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This is a mold form for the popular MCU ESP8266. It uses the development board from Wemos mini and their battery and motor shield. The application field is a vibrating toy. Wireless charging, motion traacking and the integration of a IP67 switch is included.
Why should I overmold with silicone?
To protect from water or other hazardous sustances. To make a simple encasement. To protect from damage when falling down.
How do I charge the battery?
The solution includes a wireless charging module.
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Silicone molding of a ESP8266 (Wemos mini) by south is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.
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