Arduino Nano case with completely accessible pins
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This is a two-part case for Arduino Nanos or clones of it (as featured in the pictures). It is similar to a design by spradlinb, but made from sketch.
- The two halves just clip together, if printed with the right clearance (see Instructions)
- USB port accessible
- All top and bottom pins accessible as far as the plastic part of the pin headers
- Top 6 pins do not protrude from the case
- Arduino board is held in place by four small pillars
The Arduino Nano 3D model was created by Andrew Whitham (https://grabcad.com/library/arduino-nano--1).
The bottom part can be printed normally.
For the top part that clips on the bottom part, there are several versions:
For example NANOCASE-top-0.05.stl is for an interference fit with 0.05 mm overlap. The file with +0.05 has a positive clearance of 0.05 mm.
On my Flashforge Creator Pro, 0.05 mm overlap and 0.2 mm layer height worked fine.
The PRT files were created with Siemens NX 9.
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