My 3D Printed Kryoflux Case

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COREi64
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My 3D Printed Kryoflux Case

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Received my new board the other day. Been reading through the documentation to prepare myself for it's arrival. Thrilled when it finally arrived.

Had decided that there was NO WAY I was going to operate my board without some significant protection (as a rule I don't operate bare board electronics without some level of casing/protection)... Just how I deal with ensuring I won't have any unfortunate accidents.

Anyways, this is the solution that I came up with:

Here are the renders:

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Here is the finished product:

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After a bumpy start forcing Windows to accept the Kryoflux drivers, I'm happy to report this a unmitigated success, both in operation and in my successful casing of this great board.

Now I'm off to backing up and duplicating my personal collection of Commodore software.

Thomas
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Re: My 3D Printed Kryoflux Case

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Very nice :)
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Re: My 3D Printed Kryoflux Case

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I printed the one already on Thingiverse, but yours is much nicer. :)
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Re: My 3D Printed Kryoflux Case

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Thanks very much.

Quite happy with how it turned out.

Thomas
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