BITX40 Enclosure

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BITX40 Enclosure by eugenetech Apr 23, 2017
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Basic Enclosure for Bitx40 kit radio.

I removed the custom call sign from the model.

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What are folks doing for RFI mitigation?

I came across a sample 125g pack of conductive black Proto-Pasta. I wonder if this would have some RFI properties? I'm also not sure that 125g would be enough to try it?

What's the best orientation to print the case with the least amount of support material?

Did you design this in OpenSCAD? do you have the non-STL files so I can modify it?

What do the buttons do?

Can you please make 2 modifications?

1) 20x4 LCD

2) rotate the top so that it prints face down?

I am not sure that a 20x4 LCD would fit. If I moved the knobs down they might contact the board. You can't move the Screen up or the connectors on the back will contact the back of the case at the angle I have. I will look at it tonight and specify the model I use if it will fit.

I will upload a flipped STL later tonight.

Thanks for this old man.. 73...