Arduino Case

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Arduino Case by ytid Sep 4, 2010

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3d printable (makerbot etc) arduino case. Clean up those prototype projects by encasing your arduino in a neat box.

Un-tested as of yet due to my makerbot\\\\'s clogged nozzle, currently waiting for MK5 extruder head to ship to be able to test it out and modify it if need be.

Allows for easy plugging in of usb cable. There is a hole at the back of the case which allows for output/feedback wires to be bundled together and covered in heat shrink tubing.


Hex key needed
should assemble with M3 nuts (fittings can be obtained from makerbot spare parts kit)

I have not yet tested this design, so if you do go ahead and print it could you please drop a comment

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Downloaded last night amazing model for fit both too the arduino and to itself but the standoff's are still flipped.

What kind of screws are required for the case?

Very nice, it prints cleanly. Just have to remember to flip over the top - but yet even that it still printed a functional top the wrong way.

Not sure what happened. I didn't notice until after I printed it out that the standoffs are backwards. Has the file been modified since the other guys printed it out successfully?

Standoffs are backwards on mine as well. :(

Strong work, fits perfectly and looks very professional. Also the round hole was just what I needed for my servo control wires. I use 4/40 pan heads to finish. Thanks for posting this. :)

Great case! I used a dimension sst1200es. The only thing i would add is another standoff near the PWR hole. But, the two screws hold the board very well, used 4-40 mach screws. The power jack is exactly flush with the case, very nice.