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3D models for case design: https://cloud.openmarine.net/s/e4J7ptozHspTXj7
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Hey team, I'v added the Rpi5+MacArthur Hat assembly here : https://grabcad.com/library/raspberry-pi...thur-hat-1

Happy Sunday
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I'll have to look into this my printers have been collecting dust lately..
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(2024-01-14, 03:44 PM)Kism Wrote: Hey team, I'v added the Rpi5+MacArthur Hat assembly here : https://grabcad.com/library/raspberry-pi...thur-hat-1

Happy Sunday

Added, thanks!!
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(2024-01-14, 11:30 AM)Sailoog Wrote: 3D models for case design: https://cloud.openmarine.net/s/e4J7ptozHspTXj7

I've created a simple PCB that accepts an ESP32, has a RJ11 jack etc. It is designed to work with the Peetbros Anemometer for wind speed and direction and feeds my signalk server wirelessly. I've never designed anything of the sort so it was a bit of learning curve.

I used EasyEDA to design it and curious how you managed to get your 3d files exported for your board? It's be awesome to have a way to export my file so that I can import it into Fusion 360 and build the case to the exact dimensions of the PCB and it's terminals/plugs.

Thought maybe you'd have an easy solution there?

(7 hours ago)AndyV Wrote:
(2024-01-14, 11:30 AM)Sailoog Wrote: 3D models for case design: https://cloud.openmarine.net/s/e4J7ptozHspTXj7

I've created a simple PCB that accepts an ESP32, has a RJ11 jack etc. It is designed to work with the Peetbros Anemometer for wind speed and direction and feeds my signalk server wirelessly. I've never designed anything of the sort so it was a bit of learning curve.

I used EasyEDA to design it and curious how you managed to get your 3d files exported for your board? It's be awesome to have a way to export my file so that I can import it into Fusion 360 and build the case to the exact dimensions of the PCB and it's terminals/plugs.

Thought maybe you'd have an easy solution there?
I'd played with it for quite a while and wouldn't ya know, as soon as I ask I figure it out. The regular version of EasyEDA won't do it, the Pro version does. Just exported it and it imported perfectly, I think.
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