It was made from a scrap piece of 0.125″ acrylic sheet. My co-worker Arpad gets credit for the smooth edges, as he machined it on a Bridgeport mill. The 4-40 standoffs provides clearance between the top sheet and the Bus Pirate. A single washer provides clearance between the Bus Pirate and the bottom sheet. We machined a shallow pocket into the bottom sheet under the main connector to provide clearance for the through-hole pins.
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