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Enclosure Design? 1 year 1 month ago #1328

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Has anyone constructed or 3d printed an enclosure for this pedal?
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Enclosure Design? 1 year 1 month ago #1330

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Is there room in the Shield PCB Length to shave 1/16th" off each end? I have a near perfect enclosure.. but the Shield PCB is a hair less than 1/8" too long.

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Enclosure Design? 1 year 1 month ago #1341

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Hi, if you are thinking about using a Hammond 1590B, I have one right here and is it too small and not deep enough (for the shield and for the Arduino MEGA).
Has anyone constructed or 3d printed an enclosure for this pedal?
No, so far nobody did it YET.
Is there room in the Shield PCB Length to shave 1/16th" off each end?
the top of the board is pretty empty, but the OLED connector is just there, maybe if you cut the top and then wire the 4 lines of the OLED display directly to the Arduino Pins you can save that 2 x 1/16th. But it would be messy.

hammondsizechart.jpg


Maybe a 1590N1... I never tried it.
Hammond also makes some transparent plastic enclosures which are easier to cut/shave.
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Enclosure Design? 1 year 1 month ago #1342

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I may end up going the route you described with cutting off the OLED connector and going straight to the pins instead. Thanks for the tip!
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Yes, you can trim the top of the board and then just connect ground, 5V, SDA(20) and SCL(21) to the OLED.
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