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EYEWINK 7" HDMI Display-C Case

by ywabiko Mar 3, 2019
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Thank you for it! I like the feeling when somebody else intellectual property becomes reality in my 3D printer. Greetings from Hungary.

Thank you very much for leaving such a kind comment like this!
I’m glad to hear this worked for you.
I’m working on a few similar projects. Stay tuned:)

Hi ywabiko, can you share with us the original model? We need to make some adjusts has @tampe125 sayed.

Your model is great! Thanks for share with us!

Alright, I've added model files in IGES format that you can open with Fusion 360. Enjoy!

Awesome! If i will made modifications i will create a version of your original model.

cheers,

That is awesome! Just a small tip: add more clearance for your parts.
Now everything is REALLY tight and sometimes it's hard to snap everything in place. Display PCB could be a little longer or an hole could misplaced. Plus you have to consider that 3d prints aren't smooth, there will be the friction caused by Z layers.
As little as 0.1-0.2 mm clearance would be perfect.

Another suggestion: if you're going to screw it in place, there's no need to add snap support. It will just make it harder to assemble if everything is not aligned (see above). I'd suggest to remove the overhangs for snapping, since there will be the screws holding everything together.

Hi, thank you for the comment and I'm sorry if you are having difficulty in assembling it.

This is a challenging part actually, because more tolerance leads to more loose fit in general. Screw holes are more like an additional tolerance for loose prints, not tight prints. Probably you could scale the model to say 100.5% by slicer settings, but more important thing is to check dimensional accuracy of your prints. One of my printers (MP Delta) produces ~3.5% larger prints than the design with the stock firmware... this is very problematic:)

And as you may know, there are many variants and knock offs out there for this kind of PCBs, so please make sure you are using the exact same panel (see the photo posted). But you're right, I've seen another different PCB is manufactured with slightly different dimensions depending on batch, like 0.2mm larger, although the PCB itself is exactly same revision. This is a pain...

For the overhang part, it is 45-degree and ~1 mm that is printable just fine with most of printers. My printers can print down to 30-degree. Thingiverse has some nice calibration helper models.

Thanks a lot for the kind comment!

This is great! It is exactly what I am looking for. Thank you!

Hi, thank you! I hope you enjoy this model.
For that LCD panel kit, actually there is one already for a very similar one (N070ICG-L21) that is much nicer panel than that one.
(Higher resolution with auto scaling support, wider viewing angle, higher contrast, etc.) Button panel seems better too.

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3262682

I hope this works for you.

7" HDMI LCD case
by ywabiko

Looks really great!!! I can see me using these for my printers/Arcade Machine/KODI box.

Would you be willing to design something for this?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/HDMI-VGA-2AV-Control-Driver-Board-7-Inch-TFT-Monitor-AT070TN92-For-Raspberry-Pi/152613725565?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649