Arduino Uno Holder Tray

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Arduino Uno Holder Tray by mattkw80 Jan 27, 2013
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This is a small, thin, very simple Arduino Uno R3 holder tray.


Prints ok for me in Makerware on LOW with a Replicator 2. Prints for me in roughly 25 minutes.

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Could you add the Arduino Uno model as well? I'm not looking for a case, but a good model of the uno itself. Thanks.

Thank you! I think the walls are too thin. (Too thin too drill anyway). Also, I want to get the holes into the bottom so the #4-40 bolts will secure it. I plan on making changes and reposting. If you have any suggestions, please let me know. Also note - I've been printing this on "low resolution" as it doesn't seem to require any higher resolution then that.

I just printed one of these today on a THING-O-MATIC and it turned out quite nicely! I agree that it takes about 25 minutes, but its worth the wait. Nicely done!