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Octoson - Octoprint on the Intel Edison - case
A 3D printed case for the Intel Edison with the 12V jack onMaker/DIY
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This is a case which accomodates the Intel Edison mini breakout board, on which the optional 12V male jack has been soldered on the bottom.
It has been designed by taking the DXF Intel provides for the board and extruding blocks for the various ports. In addition to proper openings for ports, the case has cutouts for magnets on the bottom so that it can stick on the surface of your choice. It is currently used as an enclosure for Octoson (https://vrubiolo.github.io/octoson/), whose goal is to run Octoprint on an Intel Edison.
This case was printed on a Printrbot Play, after calibrating it for tolerances. The magnets are meant to hold via a press-fit adjustment (I used pliers to insert them in place).
The entire design has been made using FreeCAD, an open source 3D parametric CAD modeler (www.freecadweb.org). The FreeCAD source file for the model is included as well.
This is a work in progress. What needs to be done:
- Dial in tolerances/dimensions for the vertical tubes so that the case press-fits correctly (or switch to a new design).
- Make it less bulky.
- More pics with the actual board
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