Uzebox game console enclosure
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The Uzebox is a retro-minimalist 8-bit open source game console based on an AVR 8-bit general purpose microcontroller. It is available commercially at Adafruit.com and boasts over 80 games, tools and demos all made by an ever growing and enthusiastic community.
Up to now, the Uzebox was so minimalist it didn't even have an enclosure. Well...no more!
Uzebox home: http://uzebox.org
Uzebox forums thread about discussing the enclosure progress: http://uzebox.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=2070
Uzebox kits can be bought at https://www.adafruit.com/product/1291
-Printed on Ultimaker 2
-Faberdashery PLA used: Arctic white, Classic Black, Robot Silver, Mercury Red.
-Print spec: 225 deg hot end, 70 heated bed, 30mm/s. Used support structure for top shell.
-6 x 3mmx12mm self taping screws
-For the buttons, it's easier to print the Button-power-cap.STL, Button-power-shaft.STL, button-reset-cap.STL, Button-reset-shaft.STL flat face down and glue them using strong glue (i.e CrazyGlue).
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