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Jetson Nano Utility Belt

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3D model description

This Utility Belt assembly places the NVIDIA Jetson Nano Developer Kit and a portable battery pack around your waist, so you can add cameras, sensors, and robots directly to your body.

Here's a few project ideas to get started:

  • Build your own DIY Head Mounted Device.
  • Make robotic garments that respond to their environment.
  • Create a "sixth sense" that lets to navigate the world in a new way.
  • Make a sassy robotic parrot that lives on your shoulder.

**Keep in mind that the Nano's heat sink can get hot, and that the board can short if it comes into contact with metal (like from watches or bracelets). Consider adding a case around the top of the board if how you wear your is likely to come in contact with skin or metal.

A full parts list and assembly instructions can be found here:

3D printing settings

These parts were printed on a Prusa i3 MK3S printer using the MK3S_MK3_0.2_Fast profile (0.2mm layer height) with PLA at 20% infill.

If you like this build, I've made a bunch of other printable accessories here (like a Jetson Nano Bicycle Mount, Suction Cup Mount, and Gardening Kit):

  • 3D file format: STL
  • Publication date: 2019/06/19 at 23:29





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