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Uploaded on Nov 4, 2010
Building on the Makerwatch SSG that I published a while back ( http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3815 ), I wanted to create a solution for people building Arduino prototypes, so they didn't have to resort to beige boxes. This skeletal piece allows users to create flexible SSG cases for their Arduino projects by clipping on skeletal supports, and covering the skeleton with a skin. In fact, this skeletal piece can work with any circuitboard, though minor adjustments to the mesh must be made, depending on the width of the board.
This project is fully open source. You can find all the components (including links purchase to the electronic components and/or download their description files) on the project's Thingiverse entry:
The Humblefactory (http://www.humblefactory.com) is an experimental manufacturing lab founded by Dominic Muren in Seattle Washington. You can read more about the theoretical framework of Humblefacture at http://www.humblefacture.com. If this stuff sounds interesting, be sure to subscribe, rate and comment.