Laser cut Bus Pirate v2go case

Posted on Tuesday, May 18th, 2010 in Bus Pirate, cases by Ian

Stewart Allen liked Ril3y’s ideas of using layers of laser cut perspex for a Bus Pirate case, so he designed his own for the Bus Pirate v2go and an AVR Dragon board. You can download the design files at his site.

Thanks for the tip! Here’s a complete list of the Bus Pirate cases we’ve seen so far.

The Bus Pirate is available at Seeed Studio and Adafruit Industries.

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One Response to “Laser cut Bus Pirate v2go case”

  1. DrF says:

    I get more and more tempted to get a laser cutter the more I see things like this, but im trying to save for a RepRap or other 3D printer.

    That is a nice case though, makes mine look very ghetto in comparison :p

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