3D Model: Sick of Beige v2 case

Posted on Monday, August 6th, 2012 in 3D Model by Filip

Today’s 3D model is the Sick of Beige v2 case for the Bus Pirate v3.6. It features laser cut acrylic rings instead of standoffs. This design has a dual benefit of being more compact, and providing side protection that SoB v1 lacked.

Check out out Sick of Beige customization tutorial explaining how to fit your project into our Sick of Beige cases.

The models will be published in the Dangerous Prototypes 3D warehouse collection. They are also uploaded to our SVN. You can find them inside the “art” folders in the respective project folders. Check out the 3D view below. You can zoom and rotate the model.

You can get a Bus Pirate v3.6 with the Sick of Beige v1 case for $33 at Seeed, shipping included.

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5 Responses to “3D Model: Sick of Beige v2 case”

  1. Destate9 says:

    Niiiiiiiiiiice!!! When I first saw the SoB v1, I was all like “Man, I wish that offered protection for the sides of my board.”

    • Destate9 says:

      Actually, on second thought, I still have a minor beef with the SoB v2. It might mean using thicker acrylic, but if you could countersink some screws with flat heads, and maybe use smaller countersunk nuts, then it’d be perfect! I could certainly dig a perfectly flush top and bottom to my Bus Pirate case

      • Filip says:

        Machining the acrylic is not possible, so only holes cut with the laser cutter are possible. There is no way to make it flux with this setup…Would be awesome if possible though :)

  2. Destate9 says:

    ^ Ah, I’m pickin up what you’re throwing down. Bummer

  3. Ernie says:

    You can counter sink the head and the nut just use multiple layers. One layer for the screw head and one for the screw shaft. same thing for the nut. Then just weld the two layers in to one.

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