uBITX Enclosure KE0KHA

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uBITX Enclosure KE0KHA by mrdav1e Jan 3, 2018
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I designed this enclosure with help from W0JMP and various other hams from the ubitx and bitx40 facebook group. Have fun!

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Used Tinkercad. Print Settings: single perimeter, 40% infill, 4 bottom layers, 4 or 5 top layers. .2mm layer with .35mm first layer. Speed 50mm/s. No support.

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Nice design. How do you hold this together so it can opened to do mods or repairs?

What print settings did you use?

Thanks in advance for any answers here.

Hi Pete,
Print Settings: single perimeter, 40% infill, 4 bottom layers, 4 or 5 top layers. .2mm layer with .35mm first layer. Speed 50mm/s. No support.
Mods/Repairs: I would use some type of hinge system and / or attach your own bosses for the front and back cover. It is difficult to print bosses in some cases.
I have 2 other cases on thingiverse designed for mods and comes complete with bosses. Just search ubitx. If you have any other questions please feel free to ask. Thanks.
Dave 73 KE0KHA