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All Sick of Beige case sizes available at Seeed

Posted on Thursday, December 27th, 2012 in cases by DP

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All the Sick of Beige case sizes are now available at Seeed Studio for $3. This case is designed to be simple, cheap, and easy to assemble. The PCB is sandwiched between two laser-cut acrylic sheets, and the whole assembly is held together with aluminum screws and standoffs. The cases are compatible with standard PCB size templates available in our Eagle library.

basic case v1P5031

Golden-rectangle PCB sizes:

Sick of Beige basic case v1square

Square PCB sizes:

basic case v1P5031_01

To design custom cases for your projects based on the Sick of Beige cases simply follow this tutorial.

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4 Responses to “All Sick of Beige case sizes available at Seeed”

  1. davide says:

    There’s a case compatible with logic sniffer?

  2. Do you make an acrylic case for the new Samsung Arndale dev board?

  3. Ian says:

    Sorry no, only our standard sizes.

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