A small enclosure for a micro breadboardDesigned by wgb.me, Ships from United States of America
A small enclosure for a 170-point micro breadboard (2.2" x 2.1" x 1.5"). The holes are sized specifically for a Particle Photon/Spark Core microcontroller and optional antenna. There is a small ris...Read More…
A small enclosure for a 170-point micro breadboard (2.2" x 2.1" x 1.5"). The holes are sized specifically for a Particle Photon/Spark Core microcontroller and optional antenna. There is a small riser in the holder to allow room for antenna and/or hookup wires to run underneath or wrap around the breadboard to keep things a little tidier. The pieces snap together with small tabs at the bottom (the open side) of the cover. Friction also helps keep it held together.
Don't want to buy it? Print it! The model is available for download at http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:413025. If you do, please leave a comment or post a "make". I'd love to see how it turns out for you!
Each order is printed on-demand with a turn around time of 1-2 business days. If there is a problem with my printer that may cause downtime, I will reduce stock to zero so that you can join the waiting list. All models are printed at 0.28mm layer height on my DIY Prusa i3. Filament and electricity are cheap. Prices generally reflect the time it takes to print.
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