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DIY Bus Pirate case

Posted on Wednesday, April 11th, 2012 in Bus Pirate, cases by the machinegeek


Stan Hall informs us of a Bus Pirate case he made at the OHM Space Corporation, an Oklahoma City hackerspace. Stan created the case using the hackerspace’s member-built CNC router. Case materials include plywood, acrylic and rubber bands. Here’s the link to his writeup.

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