GoTek floppy emulator mini casing
3D model description
I designed a new casing for my GoTek USB floppy emulator board that is as small as possible and has almost the same design as the top of my Amiga 500. I didn't like the look of the stock GoTek casing as it looks like it's supposed to be hidden inside something.
The PCB slides in from behind and the LCD should be a nice press fit in the opening. Holes underneath give access for pushing it in place with your fingers. The board is locked in place when the external cable adapter is plugged into the back of the GoTek board after insertion in the casing.
I use double sided tape to hold it to my Amiga. I recommend first applying an easy to remove tape, for example kaptono tape, to the top of the Amiga, and then apply double sided tape on top of that. That way you avoid residue on your Amiga if you remove it.
To get the same beige finish I took the trap door cover of my Amiga to the paint shop and got some paint mathed for painting the printed GoTek casing.
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3D printing settings
Easy to print with standard print settings.
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- Publication date: 2019-11-17 at 20:25
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