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Yet another laser cut Open Bench Logic Sniffer case

Posted on Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014 in cases, Logic Sniffer by DP

 

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Yet another laser cut Open Bench Logic Sniffer case by builttospec:

This one is a bit thinner thanks to the use of brass inserts and 0.06″ acryic for the board layer. The PCB is nice and secure and the buttons are easily accessable without the use of a paper clip or big holes in the case for fingers.

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