Enthusiast Jason Welsh has used a 3D printer to whip up an interesting folding portable electronics laboratory casing. It can hold an Arduino board, a shield, and some random parts in a seperate drawer – or instead of the shield a small solderless breadboard. The whole case is held together with M3 screws, and you can download the design files yourself from Thingiverse. In the following video Jason runs through his creation:
An interesting creation, and certainly useful for the mobile experimenter. For more information and the download flies click here. And for more, we’re on twitter and Google+, so follow us for news and product updates as well.
If you are new to Arduino, join in with our range of Arduino-compatible hardware, prototyping shields and module range. A good start is the Freetronics Eleven, the Arduino Uno-compatible board with onboard prototyping space: