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I designed a NanoPEB Case...

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Yes, mine has an adapter and so it sets close to the body of the cf7+. You should be able to do the same.

 

Interesting. I wasn't aware such an adapter existed. I know Jamie M. eventually started building the CF7s with the more recognizable components (the 90 degree angle) but I had assumed it was a custom job, and required a different layout on the board itself. I'll have to look for an adapter.

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Yeah, I agree. You should be able to just get a 90* adapter. At that point it is just matching the size characteristics. I'll try to put together a list of dimensions that I would need to design one. But I'll need accurate measurements down to the 0.5mm. Do you have a Micrometer?

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Thats another option... it looks like the CF adapter has a female end on it. It might be as easy as desoldering it and soldering on a 90* header. Wouldnt be difficult...

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printing!

Post pictures when you get it done. I want to see the quality of the print on other peoples machines. Also, what type of machine you printed it on if you dont mind.

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arcadeshopper, How did this turn out?

Did ok may need a little support near the power switch. Prusa mk2 pla+.. It fits the nano perfectly though, very nice job!

 

 

 

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Awesome! How was the clearance for the power switch, DB9, and Power Jack? Were the LEDs sufficiently aligned?

 

Power switch is perfect.. jacks are good too.. I haven't turned it on yet as i don't use my nano much anymore since I have TIPI but first glance the led's seem good

 

Greg

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