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Customizable Project Box With Lid Screws and 2 Holes

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Customizable Project Box With Lid Screws and 2 Holes by jayEremy Dec 30, 2017
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Summary

I added a couple holes in each end. I was going to put some barrel jacks in them. Go ahead and put whatever you want into those holes.

Print Settings

Printer Brand:

Prusa

Printer:

i3 MK2S

Rafts:

No

Supports:

No

Infill:

100


Notes:

ABS @ 230
bed at 80
100% infill
print speed 60

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What might be really cool is if you made the screw mounts so that there could be a cut at a given depth with a potion on the lid and the rest in the base so that a PCB might be sandwiched between them.

I'll admit... I didn't know what I was doing when I got started on this openSCAD thing (this is my first attempt), but I think I am getting the hang of it. I put in the recess and moved the holes so a circuit board could live in harmony with.. whatever you jam in those holes. Let me know if the gap is too big or if any location of anything else seems helpful. I'd print it now, but I am printing the original one right now.

An error has occurred in the program. If you increase the thickness of the walls, then the holes in the bottom and the cover do not match.

What software were you using when encountering this issue, and what exactly were you doing when the problem occurred?

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