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MSP430 Launchpad 3D model in Sketchup

Posted on Monday, November 7th, 2011 in 3D fabrication, documentation, MSP430, tools by the machinegeek


lpm0 writes to inform us of a 3D model he found of the MSP430 Launchpad at 43Oh. The 43Oh crew describes their design:

We were looking out for a 3D model of the Launchpad for one of our projects, but could not find any. So we whipped our own Sketchup Model. As far as we know, it is a good scale of the Launchpad and you could use it to model your project cases and enclosures. We are new to Sketchup. It took around three hours to learn and 5 hours to do the model. The components you see in the model are already available in the 3D warehouse. Both Google Sketchup and the models can be downloaded for free.

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