UPDATE 10/03 or 03/10 depending on which side of the pond you are on.
anyway, took several attempts to print and I learned that my measurements were a little off, please print at 105% to fit the 170 pin breadboard.
Accessory pieces can be found here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:487627
I wanted Joshua to do something instead of just sitting there, so I made the following changes :
- increased the size of the large model to 150%
- added holes where the blinky lights should be
- added place for a 170 pin breadboard.
The back panel is now open and looks like it's been set aside for access. Will post pictures when it's done printing :)
grab an Arduino nano
place nano on 170 breadboard
hook things up to the nano/breadboard (like LED's)
carefully place nano inside