Freestanding case for DC42's Paneldue

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Freestanding case for DC42's Paneldue by Yellasing Feb 1, 2015
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complete with all the right holes in all the right places


no support needed, 7 M2 X 5mm screws are needed for fixing the screen and PanelDue inside the case.

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You mention it is for the 4.2" display, but I am seeing the current offering using a 4.3" display. Are these different?

Hello ElmoC.

Thanks for pointing out my error. This is designed for the 4.3" display, which is the one I have.

do you find the 4.2 big enough ? would you use this size again if you were building another?

I guess it depends on the size of your fingers! With the latest firmware, the 4.3" works fine. If given the choice I would go bigger, just for ease of use, but it's not necessary.

What size screen is this for?

Hello Paul. This is for the 4.3" screen.

What size screen is this for?