Case for Minim OSD with Team-kv mods
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Another case for the minim-OSD, but this one accomodates the slightly wider board used on the OSD that sports the Team-kv modifications (such as the OSD from Witespy or a few choice sellers on Ebay), which add an additional row of pin connections across the top of the board. I am not actually using these pins yet, so the original case does not offer external access to them. However, I have included a separate top which does provide a slot openning for access to these pins.
Designed in Viacad and printed on Printrbot printer. Design is shamelessly borrowed from and/or inspired-by the fine design by dennisbaldwin. I highly recommend viewing his fine how-to videos on Youtube... easily some of the best and most useful videos you'll find there.
I print these with .22mm layer height and 25% infill, though I suspect most any values will work well. It doesn't need to be exceedingly strong and we do want to keep it light in weight.
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