Laser Cut and Etched Enclosure for 70x50mm Circuit Board

Enclosure for 70x50mm circuit boards in internal "cradle". I'm using it to house a Adafruit Huzzah Feather ESP8266 to control some cheap IKEA RGB-Leds.

Just want the box? Sides without the cutouts for the cradle, usb-in and output cables included in the files (Fourth picture).

Some notes:

If you varnish the box you might need to either sand down to make the pieces fit nicely, or add something like 0.5mm to the spaces where the lid and cradles slides together.

One cradle part has cutouts to fit the Huzzah board - This is because I soldered the boards before I thought of to make this box, if don't need that precise fit - which you probably won't - just delete that part and duplicate the other cradle part.

Lasered at #sliperiet #fablab in Umeå, Sweden!

https://www.facebook.com/fablabumea/?fref=nf
http://sliperiet.umu.se/sv/fablab

Enjoy and happy lasers!

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    KenD89

    1 year ago

    incredible work of art, whcih machine did you make this with

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    _prryKenD89

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thank you! Your comment really made my day!

    I used Adobe illustrator to design it and cut it with a laser cutter.

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    KenD89_prry

    Reply 1 year ago

    what lazer cutter did you use

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    _prryKenD89

    Reply 1 year ago

    No need to be sorry, lazer is a cooler word! I used one of these at the Umeå fablab, http://www.gccworld.com/goods.php?act=view&no=20