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Intel Edison Watch Case

by Einse, published

Intel Edison Watch Case by Einse May 1, 2015

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Intel Edison Watch Case by Einse is licensed under the BSD License license.

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Summary

Update 5-1-2015
Fixed a dimension error (0.5mm off) in watch band posts. All models are now fixed.

Edison's on your wrist!
Bring your own watch band, Sparkfun Edison Blocks, and Intel Edison module along with this case and tiny Edison is at your command.

Mounting hole configuration matches the Sparkfun Edison Blocks expansion boards and makes it easy to a swap boards in and out.

Fastener hardware for Edison is all M2.0 with M2.0x3mm and M2.0x2mm being the most useful..

Files:
Ready to print model
** Edison_Wearable_Solid_Ver1.stl

Sketchup model with Edison and Sparkfun Blocks Battery Block model for sizing
** Edison_Wearable_Solid_Ver0.skp

Sketchup model with watch case only
**Edison_Wearable_Solid_Ver1.skp

Instructions

Print with support material
All mounting holes are designed for M2.0 hardware

Sparkfun Edison Blocks:
https://www.sparkfun.com/categories/272

Edison Module
https://www.sparkfun.com/products/13024

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How do you power this? The OLED block and the battery block are both end blocks-they don't pass the connector through to the next layer.

Without modification, you're pretty much restricted to using the battery block OR the OLED block with the Sparkfun designs.

To use the battery block you build up from the case: battery block, expansion boards, edison on top. To use the OLED you flip the stack upside down: Edison, expansion boards, OLED block.

If you're willing to do a bit of soldering you can modify the battery blocks to be stackable with a smaller, thinner, lower capacity LiPo (the stack connector is present on the current battery board, but the battery shipped with the board covers it).

This mod lets you build up the whole stack with edison on botton, battery block, expansion boards, OLED on top.

I had no idea the connector was present on the battery block! That allows options. Thanks!

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Here's a remixed version I did: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:950280

Intel Edison Watch Case - Remix
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