Arduino 002

Wooden Arduino Case

Make this stylish Arduino case entirely from sheets of 2 mm (top, bottom, and two middle layers) and 6 mm plywood (2 middle layers). There are two 2 mm and two 6 mm middle layers joined together, but you could also print only two of them using 8 mm plywood. For CNC cutting of plywood parts use a 1.8 mm drill. Arduino board needs to be screwed to the 2 mm bottom plywood part - you’ll need two M3x25 screws and nuts. Four additional M3x25 screws and nuts are needed to hold the entire case together. Design by Paula Szarejko. More about this project: http://blog.zmorph3d.com/customized-arduino-cases/

Designed by Marcin Traczyk on October 26, 2016

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