An easy to print, print-in-place, support free Arduino Uno cover. Just place the Arduino into the cover and lock it to keep it safe from short-circuiting, solder etc.
I used a screw-on knob as a locking mechanism.
Tip: If you're using a heated print bed, I recommend waiting 5 minutes before releasing it, since it's a print-in-place print it's better to wait for it to cool down to reduce the risk of warping.
Good luck with the prints!
Print Time: 2h 42 min
Size: 61.0 x 177.0 x 16.0 mm
Layer height: 0.2 mm
Nozzle Size: 0.4 mm
Print Speed: 60mm/s
Heated Bed: 0-80 degrees Celsius
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