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Case for Rx Pro2 Plus
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The printable housing for Rx Pro2 Plus. When I finish it I'll publish on the Thingiverse. 
Please submit any feedback.

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3137127

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(03-10-2018, 22:14)jarekh3 Wrote: The printable housing for Rx Pro2 Plus. When I finish it I'll publish on the Thingiverse. 
Please submit any feedback.

Very nice. Congratulations!  Smile

Would you be able to make custom made, and at what price?
Best Regards
Zdenek

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#3
This is not a commercial project.
First for You - free  Smile

Prototype:
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#4
That looks great !!!
I now have all the parts for my TX and RX, but I still don't know how I'm going to house it.

I'd pay to have one printed. Otherwise I'd get it printed from one of the online 3D printing shops.
What sort of 3D printer do you have?
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#5
Hi,
it looks great!
i'm interested.
Let us know how to make or buy one or two. Wink
Laurent

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#6
Hi jarekh,

very nice idea and housing.
Since a 3D Printing is not as aesthetic in my opinion.
What do you think - would it be possible to combine laser cutted aluminium plates on the outer side with 3D printed parts to hold everything together and to bring the PCBs in position.

Best regards,
engolling
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#7
(03-10-2018, 22:14)jarekh3 Wrote: The printable housing for Rx Pro2 Plus. When I finish it I'll publish on the Thingiverse. 
Please submit any feedback.

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Hi jarekh,
Congratulations for your work.
I'm very glad to see for the first time, a custom case for the WeatherDuino Pro2 PLUS receiver.
The 3D printing gives it a look of handmade work which I like very much.

If you would like, feel free sell it through the forum. I'm sure there are many users interested in a product like this.

Two questions:
- How is the TFT fixed on the front plate?
- Would be possible to put the small box for the indoor sensors on the back plate?
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#8
Hi Guys

I still need a few days to fine-tune the Project. Then I publish all the STL Files.
Quote:- How is the TFT fixed on the front plate?
Four small srews:
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Quote:Would be possible to put the small box for the indoor sensors on the back plate?
Of course. I'll do it in two versions.

For example:

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Quote:would it be possible to combine laser cutted aluminium plates on the outer side with 3D printed parts to hold everything together and to bring the PCBs in position.
This is, of course, possible.

But it will be a little different project (and a different CAD) . As I finish this job I can try it.

Quote:What sort of 3D printer do you have?
Creality Ender 3 - Cheap Printer for home use  Smile
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(04-10-2018, 19:01)jarekh3 Wrote: This is, of course, possible.
But it will be a little different project (and a different CAD) . As I finish this job I can try it.

Hi jarekh, 
when you publish the CAD files I can also contribute and share my thoughts.

Regards,
engolling
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(04-10-2018, 19:26)engolling Wrote:
(04-10-2018, 19:01)jarekh3 Wrote: This is, of course, possible.
But it will be a little different project (and a different CAD) . As I finish this job I can try it.

Hi jarekh, 
when you publish the CAD files I can also contribute and share my thoughts.

Regards,
engolling

I use the DesignSpark Mechanical Program. Of course I can send you the source. Send me an email address.
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