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If you have access to a vacuum former, or have constructed a DIY one to use, simply vacuum form a compact case to house your standalone electronics or ...
Material to vacuum form (acrylic, pvc, pet-g, styrene...) a mold (make one from wood, foam, rubber or whatever you want, but more easily and quickly, find a box, ...
once you have a mold or plug for the object, and you have the material you want the box to be made of, Vacuum form it! here's how: ...
Extract your mold from the material. If it is tough, try using a pliers, or a burst of air. Or knock it against the table. Then do the ...
For a thicker piece, I used a combination of a hacksaw (with my piece clamped) and a heavy-duty snips. For the thinner piece, a razorblade worked well. Cut ...
Mark on the inside of the top of the box where you want your switch to protrude from. Using a drill press or a drill, drill the hole. ...
Measure the bottom of the box size. Cut out an insulating layer using a scissors or razorblade I have used paper or fabric, but make sure it is ...
Put Arduino in the box, glue it down. Place your battery in the box. secure it down or glue it down. Wire everything up and you're ready!
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