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NodeMCU V3 Case

by jperson Apr 4, 2018
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just like a glove , excellent design thanks

not working for me.
ive a odemcu v3, but the case seems to be too large in every directions.
abd the lid is the same size of the base, so i can't close it.. :(

Neat little case, however the NodeMCU that I have is narrower that this design. Just in can anyone else uses the same, these are the ones I have:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B010N1SPRK/ref=oh_aui_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1

EDIT: Ok I realize now that this is for NodeMCU V3 - for some reason I ready the V3 as the version of this design.....whoops!

Nice design, works perfect for nodemcu lolin v3, I have printed multiple of them for all of my nodemcu, good work.

does this case clip together or need to be glued? Might try adding ridges if not.

I didn't add snap pins or anything to the case...it is just a friction fit. Although it is fairly tight, you may want to add something to the model if you want it super secure.

I chose to not add them as I open and close it so much. I didn't want to fight it open all the time.

The pin holders on each side of the box don't adapt well to my NodeMCU in my case: the holes are not big enough for each pin. I'd need to drill a slightly bigger hole in each of them. + there's an issue if I need to use some pins !

Of course, it might be that my printing isn't good enough, but I would suggest to remove them (difficult to get something that precise) and rather put some support for the 4 holes at each corner of the NodeMCU. That would hold it in place without using the pins.

The reason for the pin holes is to allow it to be used as a kind of breadboard. You can push in a wire into the pin holes you want then press in the board and it will make a temp connection (without soldering) for prototyping. This is also why the pin holes are cut out on the sides...to allow your wire a place out into the bottom of the case.

I made the pin holes snug to make a good connection for this. If they are too small then it is probably a printer resolution issue on your printer.

It would be nice to have a picture with the exterior of the case, because it seems that the pin holes are just on the inside and not going through the case to be used once the case is closed.