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I needed a case designed to hold the BeagleBone Black and 4D Systems 4.3" LCD Touchscreen. It is designed to sit on a desk and have the screen angled towards the user. This was one of the prototypes. I went with a different design than this, so I figured I would release this one to the public if anyone wants it. It was designed by reddit user /u/ubermeisters, a moderator on /r/3dprinting. He is a talented designer, and charges a very reasonable price. If you need something designed, I can highly recommend him. Anyway, here are some renders of the design: BeagleBone Black & 4D Systems LCD Just some things you need to be aware of. This case requires a low profile power adapter, and a small wifi adapter. The case is held together by press-in screw inserts, which you will probably have to glue in. You'll then need screws for it. Just an FYI, part of the reason I didn't go with this design is because I could only find these inserts in bulk quantities. Yardley Press-in Screw Inserts M3x.5x10mm Screws The power cord will fit through the hole in the back. You can have it printed on MakerXYZ for ~$30-$50 depending on the person you use, and if they're local or not. Anyway, here are the files if you want them: BeagleBone Black & 4D LCD Case
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The case is crafted out of three transparent Layers. Each layer is laser cut from high quality Acrylic and once stacked they securely contain a Beagle Bone Black from shorting out but maintaining a slim profile to show off the board. while leaving the primary ports, accessible and safe. This case also has buttons on the top of the case giving you access to the Power, Reset, and Boot buttons. Weighing only 2oz the case is lightweight and ready to protect your Beagle Bone Black. Held together by high quality black Nylon bolts and nuts allowing for no tools required for assembly or disassembly. Assembly Instructions can be found at : http://static.squarespace.com/static/517241e8e4b0532e10d4fd73/t/52649c75e4b0b34efecbbc74/1382325373487/Assembly.jpg?format=1500w We are Proud to announce our new case on Amazon. For a short time it is on sale for $9.99 so get you hands on one soon.
I'm working on a project that should end up with a nice etched F5529 board, but for now it's going to just have a Launchpad stuck in there, I needed a quick enclosure for it so knocked up an adjustable one in OpenSCAD. I know a few people have (or are thinking about) a 3D printer so thought I'd share. It allows you to adjust the space on any side of the LaunchPad for anything else you want to include. It could do with some improvements - e.g the little locating pins are easy to snap off. Feel free to amend if the SCAD file if the available adjustments don't suit you. Here's a photo of it, with the partly-finished project in the background and the printer busy printing the lid...