Minimalist Beaglebone Black Case

I turned my Beaglebone Black into an office PBX system, but it needed a case. It didn't need much more than something to keep components off the table and a surface you could touch without fear of ESD, so this is what I came up with.

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Description

It's pretty simple, it's a case for the Beaglebone Black with pegs that fit through the screw holes and mate to hollow posts on the top case to hold together. They should be tight enough to friction fit in place.

The included Asterisk branding on top is just a bonus, although it would be a bit of a drawback for a BBB that's not being used as an Asterisk based PBX.

Update: Now there's a plain top version AND the openscad source file for you to modify if you'd like. Non-PBX beaglebone problem solved!

Materials and methods

- 3D Printer
- Filament
- Beaglebone Black (unless of course you just want an empty case)

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Comments

Mini 20150108 000845Drew Fustini printed this ago
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Printed on:
Printrbot - Printrbot Jr. (v2)
Result:
Great print on Printrbot Simple (2013 wood version) using slic3r and pronterface. Love it!
Feedback:
Love the bottom case design as a bumper/holder for the BeagleBone and BeagleBone Black!
Mini 563744 10100112692934589 336294072 nBeavertank published this design ago