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cope413

Smoothieboard Case

by cope413 Mar 26, 2014
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This case is shit and you should be ashamed. Anything dealing with electrical, wires should be tied down and unable to move. You designed this where not only are wires freely moving, people who use flag labels have issues with the lid.

You should redesign this case, it's crap.

I always love constructive criticism.

You are right about one thing though - I am ashamed. Ashamed I shared a free design with people like you.

Enjoy your life as an ingrate troll.

Don't worry, your bad design will be used in my maker space presentation on the Do's and Don'ts of design. My own personal benefit from your bad design will lead me to create a case designed with an electrician-style design in mind.

Thank you for your work, even if it was bad.

I look forward to seeing your design remix so I can learn what I'm doing wrong.

I reported this guy for being an abusive jerk. I don't care that it was two years ago, this kind of behavior is unacceptable. Thanks for posting your design.

Haha. I forgot about this. I always just assume people like this hate their lives and try to take it out on other people.
Cheers!

The lid to this is a friggin pain in the ass...i can barely get the thermistor plugs in place with the lid on...have to use tweezers n shiet..perhaps we could make the holes a bit larger?

Added step and iges files. It's been about a year since I looked at this. I'll be making some changes and posting them as well.

ciao,
can you provide native format for modification?
rgds

i made a washer that is 8mm high which keeps the board at the right height for the holes on the rev 2. the OD on these washers needs to be about 4.5mm with an ID of 3.2 to allow M3 screws to slide through easily.

great case by the way - well done and thanks...