This assembly shows that you can make an elegant PCB housing for almost anything. This particular gadget resets 3D System filament cartridges. Unique requirements easily met with a little brute force pixel stuffing to include protecting contacts and screwless assemblies.
If you're interested in the cartridge resetting tool for your 3D Systems cartridges, you can find this on eBay if you search "ReCube Wand". As some of you may know, a lot of my things are upgrades to the 3D Systems Cube 3rd Generation 3D printer, or Cube3. This solution expands the territory a bit as it also works with Ekocycle, CubePro, and CubeX.
I am putting this case on Thingiverse because it is a novel case for a hand wand or other Arduino NANO project. Vector shields can easily be shaped to function in this printed case.
For more information regarding this specific effort, please sign up at Print3DForum[dot]com and search "Building Tomuro's Circuit". The entire concept, development, and build process is blogged on the forum. A login is required to see images. Also a good place to find the hardware to make this.
3D Solutech PLA
The attached model has all 3 parts. I might suggest printing them separately to get the best quality print.
These parts come out nearly done. There are 2 break-away's on the button cover. When the electronic innards are installed, this is a very solid and tight solution.
This is one of those designs that fits well with a particular printer. I needed a tight fit when all was said and done. I quickly found out that these types of prints act differently depending on the printer that produced it. Therefore, this design was optimized for the Cube3 specifically and oriented as provided using the left extruder. This manages all the quirks that I know my Cube3 printers have as yours will too.