Arduino Uno protector

A must-have extension for your Arduino Uno.

This handy Arduino Uno protector looks nice and is functional at the same time thanks to the clear labels of the connection pin names and the simple closure mechanism (no bolts required). Two long slots not only make the GPIO pins easily accessible, but also ensure that the wires that are inserted into the holes remain firmly in place by guiding them slightly vertically upwards.

A real asset to the electronics workbench or at school to show off and show which Uno is yours. Print it in Galaxy Black from Prusa Research for an extra tough look or in a striking color such as fluorescent pink or deep purple.

If you have access to a label printer such as a Dymo, you can print the stickers with GPIO indications. Use the label file and the program gLabels (install with sudo apt install glabels) to print the labels.

Download: Uno-Protector.scad


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