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This is a case and stand for a mechanical number pad I put together3D printer parts and enhancements
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Link to album with a few more pictures: http://imgur.com/a/M9bbg
For the stand you will need to pause the print to drop in the magnets.
The case has a built in support for the USB port which will need to be removed, and possibly filed down some.
Also there are two holes drilled through the bottom to get at the reset and ground pins (needed for programming). These were drilled by hand because I totally forgot to add them when designing this
Materials and methods
23 x Cherry MX switches (I used white)
23 x diodes
23 x Keycaps (got mine here: https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=65810.msg1539767#msg1539767)
1 x Arduino Pro Micro (I used an eBay clone)
2 x ~14mm diameter magnets
1 x 1.5mm thick plate cut to the dxf
2 x plate mount stabilizers and 2u spring
7 x M3 nuts
5 x M3 bolts (~8mm length, I just cut the ones I had to size
And a little glue for the alignment nuts on the stand
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Haven't logged on in a while, that's awesome you made one! How is the plate holding up for you? I also tried using a printed plate but it just didn't weigh enough for my liking, so I had a steel one cut
- Printed on:
- SeeMeCNC - Rostock MAX Complete 3D Printer Kit
- Brought the dxf into Autodesk Inventor, extruded, cut out the boxes, and exported stl