My Gamebuino clone + 3D printed case

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My Gamebuino clone + 3D printed case

Postby Drek » Fri Oct 06, 2017 6:23 pm

Hello, finally I made my own clone of Gamebuino. I also designed for my clone 3D printed case.
Thank you everyone, who helped me during work on clone.
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P.S.: On my 3D printed case is still miss two pieces of plexiglass (above display and LED diodes).
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Re: My Gamebuino clone + 3D printed case

Postby erico » Sat Oct 07, 2017 4:45 am

Uau, very unique style you have there!
Ports are on different places, are you using them for some specific reasons?
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Re: My Gamebuino clone + 3D printed case

Postby jicehel » Sun Oct 08, 2017 10:02 am

great, but maybe a little too fat but nice and interesting approach
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Re: My Gamebuino clone + 3D printed case

Postby Drek » Sun Oct 08, 2017 4:53 pm

Thank you. :)
I have not used I2C ports yet. However, I have a little bug with permanent light up RX and TX LEDs. If you mean an arrangement of the A B C buttons, so this arrangement was more suitable for me.

Yes, it's a little thicker, but it's because the battery is 8.3mm thick. If the battery was a little bit thicker, I would have to a little deepen the bottom cover. The current thickness of my clone (fully assembled) is 23.75mm.

Sorry for my English.
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