November 8, 2012 AT 9:00 am

The Folding Arduino Lab #3dthursday

Awesome portable folding case for Ardunio projects from Jason Welsh, via MakerBot.
From his Thingiverse release of the project:

This thing is one of the coolest things I’ve come up with. Holds an arduino with breadboard. Has 2 drawers that you can store resistors / caps etc etc.

When the breadboard and drawer are gone, arduino with shield can be stored. Lid protects whatever you have already setup on the proto-board.

I use a m3 allen wrench to hold it together when traveling around with it.

Read more.

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