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Yet another Logic Sniffer case

Posted on Wednesday, April 9th, 2014 in cases by DP

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Here’s another cool acrylic case for Open Workbench Logic Sniffer by Phenoptix.

Spent some time with the calipers and laser cutter earlier today and came up with what turns out to be yet another acrylic case!
Dxf files for cutting are up on thingiverse. It does require a fixing not show in the pic above to keep the board in. I didn’t want to obstruct the headers at all.
Looking at some of the other cases on the forum I think I’ll have to raise my game!

Via the forum.

More awesome DIY cases.

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One Response to “Yet another Logic Sniffer case”

  1. Kevin says:

    Very nice. It reminds me of the 2.5″ USB drive enclosures that OWC sells. I like.

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