ESP32 Case with rounds

by edmanning555 Nov 9, 2017
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In my opinion add 4 buttons/keys

Did this work? Do you have the chip installed in one?

Yep so I just added a photo of mine. I was a bit over enthusiastic with sanding the acrylic so it's not press fit like I designed - instead I used some heat shrink to secure it in place.

That looks great. Thanks for sharing. I only have one (from amazon, and it's white), but I'll be buying a few more from aliexpress on 11/11. I'll have to make a few of these. I was thinking I would try to make a case that made it look like an old school console television, but I'm lazy, and not great at CAD.

Indeed, in this particular case I just wanted a bedside/desk clock, if I think of anything else to use these boards for then I'll probably post the designs too.

It's a great little clock. I added a DS18B20 temperature sensor, and it's also checking the temp in the room. I might punch a little hole in the back of the case to do that. Also displaying the weather forecast is on my todo list.

So I actually left a hole in the back of it for that reason, as well as the air cooling of the microcontroller. If you could share your code and methods, I would really like that as I would like to implement these features too, but I have no idea how! This is the guide I followed: https://blog.danman.eu/esp32-ntp-oled-clock/