This box is a slightly modified version of Adafruit's IoT Printer Enclosure (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:18319). I did the following modifications:
- added 3 holes on the side panel to hold status LEDs. The three LEDs provide feedback about the current status of the IoT printer, i.e. receiving data, printing, connection error. In my IoT printer project, I use the Freerange firmware and hardware setup, check out https://github.com/freerange/printer/wiki/Making-your-own-printer for more details.
- I didn't want to go through the extra wiring for installing an external panel jack, so I moved the hole on the back panel for the power adapter to connect directly into the Arduino jack.
- straightened the saw-toothed front panel
- replaced the @-sign holes in the front with a custom engraving
This is the enclosure cut out files for the Adafruit IoT Printer
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