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Nathan Matsuda

Nathan Matsuda's rapid prototyping designs.
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Icetube Clock Enclosure

More info in the forum:
http://www.shapeways.com/forum/index.php?t=msg&th=2549&start=0&S=268fd07caaf320889ff6e86c63127c0a

Parts needed:

1x    Icetube Enclosure Main Body
2x    Icetube Enclosure Side Panel
8x    M4 Socket-head Cap Screw (McMaster 91290A176)
8x    M4 Hex Nut (McMaster 98676A200)
Jumper wire


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