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Arduino Mega 2560 Enclosure - 3D Printable

Discussion in 'Share Parts' started by ExWhyZee, Sep 7, 2018.

  1. ExWhyZee

    ExWhyZee Well-Known
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    I Thought i would share my 3D Printable Designs for : Arduino Mega 2560 Cases that i made for my CNC Router.

    They are Designed so no supports are needed while printing.

    Hope Some People find them Useful.

    The First Design is a Standard Type Mega 2560 Case - The Other was Designed to be mounted with Bolts or Screws in a CNC Controller's Enclosure thats Running GRBL Firmware.

    Both Boxes have the option of fitting a Printed Reset Button, You May find the Reset button sticks down when you screw the case Base & Lid together. This Only Happens if your 3D Printer's Extrusion is a little bit over Extruding - But the fix is Very simple just Sand 0.2 mm off the bottom of the button :)

    I Found on one of my printers it was perfect & on the Other Printer it was an issue - But that was the one that was over extruding :p

    Both have been Printed Twice & Tested, I Use one in side my CNC Router Controller case.


    Kind Regards - EXWHYZEE :)

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  2. GrayUK

    GrayUK Openbuilds Team
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    I just got my new Mega and Screw board in the post!! :D
    I'll make a note of this post, take a copy of the prints and get a friend to knock me out one.
    Nice one :thumbsup::thumbsup:
     
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  3. ExWhyZee

    ExWhyZee Well-Known
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    Hope you Find them Useful GrayUK

    Please Note Both of the Case's are designed for people who Use Standard I/O Header Pins with Wires Soldered & Sleeved - They are not designed for Shields to be plugged in !

    Kind Regards :)
     
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