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Tips for designing Boxes/Enclosures [message #62904] Thu, 28 February 2013 01:21 UTC Go to next message
avatar stonysmith  is currently offline stonysmith
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If you had a need for designing boxes that could be folded flat and later assembled into something box-ish, here is an interesting article:

http://hackaday.com/2013/02/27/acrylic-enclosures-use-integr ated-clips-to-do-away-with-fasteners

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Re: Tips for designing Boxes/Enclosures [message #62995 is a reply to message #62904 ] Thu, 28 February 2013 23:10 UTC Go to previous message
avatar UniverseBecoming  is currently offline UniverseBecoming
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Clever! Thanks for sharing Stony.

I've spent many an hour thinking of this very thing, so I can appreciate the cleverness of it. Also too, referred to in the same article is this. A combination of the two methods would make a really nice looking case reminiscent of the Form 1 case.

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