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Faillace, Victor MicroCase 4154A


Entry ID #: 2861
Created: Sun, Dec 11, 2016 3:32 PM

Victor Faillace 12-11-16 MicroCase Have you ever been in the middle of a competition when your battery slips out from it’s plug into the microcontroller? Or with the purchase of a 250$ robot brain be scared of who holds it so it doesn’t get damaged. This invention is to now both protect accidental drops and prevent from loose battery directly to the micro controller. The way this case works is with the flexible material it is made out of so the with the same ease of putting a phone case on your phone you will put it into the Microcontroller. The protects the most important areas of the controller and then some, When installing it to your bot you would use the same methods as you would without the case. Just now When you have the case you don’t need to worry about any damage being done to it or your important cables and Wifi key falling out of it’s place. I used a 3D developer software to create this product, I took a CAD of the microcontroller and made the case around it so it could be as precise as possible.  


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   yerayrobotics on 12/13/2016

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