By Anaheim Electronics
A simple container designed for electronic boards, possibly populated on both sides.
Designed for 3D printing (gentle overhangs, minimal to no support material).
Latches enable to access the board without tools and make the design more compact. Disabling latches, the lid will be secured with screws of the same diameter of those for the board.
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and compile first
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