Posts Tagged ‘acrylic’

DIY acrylic skeleton clock

Monday, April 28th, 2014

Benmurton posted a step by step guide of his DIY acrylic skeleton clock build: This is a clock made fully out of acrylic! This was originally was my year 13 mechanical engineering college project, we had to research, design and build a project for a stakeholder, this including lots of recording so there...

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Laser cut acrylic case for Bus Pirate v4

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

Here's another cool laser cut acrylic case for the Bus Pirate. It's made out of 4 layers of 2mm transparent acrylic. The inner two layers simultaneously act as standoffs and as an edge to the enclosure. The SVG source files are available if anyone wants to laser cut his design....

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Machined acrylic case for the Bus Pirate

Friday, April 27th, 2012

Vibrolax machined a case for his Bus Pirate: 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...

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Cool DIY acrylic cast case

Thursday, April 19th, 2012

Robert designed this awesome looking headphone amplifier. The circuit is assembled without a PCB, and done very ascetically. It looks so good without a case, that it would have been a shame to stick in a plastic box. So he pored some clear acrylic into a mold, and made this...

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Bus Pirate v3 laser cut acrylic case

Tuesday, March 20th, 2012

Hudson designed a laser cut acrylic case for his Bus Pirate v3.5 SOIC DIY edition. He provided the source files for anyone wanting to build their own. Cut from 2.5 - 3.0mm acrylic and screw together with M3x15 screws. If you use thicker 5-6mm acrylic only one middle layer is...

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Logic Sniffer laser cut case

Tuesday, August 17th, 2010

jjshortcut made his own laser cut case for the Logic Sniffer at Fablab Utrecht. Great work! Here's some other user-submitted cases, some with files you can use to build your own. You can order the Logic Sniffer at Seeed Studio for $45, including worldwide shipping. Don’t forget that Seeed now...

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Another laser cut acrylic Bus Pirate case

Friday, May 14th, 2010

Mowcius has a new laser cut acrylic case for Bus Pirate v2go and v3. These will eventually be for sale in the Duinoday shop for about £12 ($17), including international shipping. Here's all the cases we've cataloged so far. The Bus Pirate v3 is available at Seeed Studio and Adafruit...

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