Customized Arduino Cases

Makers, engineering students, and professional engineers can use multitool 3D printers to customize their projects and give them a unique feel, whether fun or elegant.
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They protect the electronics and look really cool. #Arduino #DIY

They protect the electronics and look really cool. #Arduino #DIY

They protect the electronics and look really cool. #Arduino #DIY

They protect the electronics and look really cool. #Arduino #DIY

They protect the electronics and look really cool. #Arduino #DIY

They protect the electronics and look really cool. #Arduino #DIY

They protect the electronics and look really cool. #Arduino #DIY

They protect the electronics and look really cool. #Arduino #DIY

With a variety of materials and fabrication techniques offered by ZMorph 2.0 SX, making customized objects like these Arduino cases is easier than ever before. #diy #arduino

With a variety of materials and fabrication techniques offered by ZMorph 2.0 SX, making customized objects like these Arduino cases is easier than ever before. #diy #arduino

Many engineers and makers look for reliable and easy-to-use means to manufacture various custom-made and fitted items, especially when they want to add a unique feel to them. One of such examples could be these customized Arduino cases. #Arduino #DIY

Many engineers and makers look for reliable and easy-to-use means to manufacture various custom-made and fitted items, especially when they want to add a unique feel to them. One of such examples could be these customized Arduino cases. #Arduino #DIY

CNC milled in 2 and 6 mm thick plywood customized Ardiuno Case. #Arduino #DIY

CNC milled in 2 and 6 mm thick plywood customized Ardiuno Case. #Arduino #DIY

Gaming-related project designed and 3D printed resembling an arcade table and a set of Pac-Man pins. #Arduino #DIY

Gaming-related project designed and 3D printed resembling an arcade table and a set of Pac-Man pins. #Arduino #DIY

Customized Arduino Case cutted in various caloros of 2 and 6 mm plexiglass. #Arduino #DIY

Customized Arduino Case cutted in various caloros of 2 and 6 mm plexiglass. #Arduino #DIY

The best way to make unique Arduino cases was mixing 3D printing, CNC milling, and various materials together. For a gaming-related project, Paula designed and 3D printed a case resembling an arcade table and a set of Pac-Man pins. The second case was CNC milled in 2 and 6 mm thick plywood, while the third one was cut in various colors of 2 and 6 mm plexiglass. Translucent top covers were also engraved using a smaller drill. #Arduino #DIY

The best way to make unique Arduino cases was mixing 3D printing, CNC milling, and various materials together. For a gaming-related project, Paula designed and 3D printed a case resembling an arcade table and a set of Pac-Man pins. The second case was CNC milled in 2 and 6 mm thick plywood, while the third one was cut in various colors of 2 and 6 mm plexiglass. Translucent top covers were also engraved using a smaller drill. #Arduino #DIY


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