New in the Maker Shed: Clear Enclosure for Arduino

Arduino Technology
New in the Maker Shed: Clear Enclosure for Arduino

This sturdy, translucent project enclosure, available in the Maker Shed, is specially made for your Arduino projects. It perfectly fits an Arduino with an attached shield (most fit), a 16 x 2 LCD, and 4 AAA batteries. Use it for home automation, a sous vide control enclosure, or for containing nearly any mad project. The enclosure can be easily drilled for wires, antennas, or anything else you need. Since the enclosure is clear it’s instantly good looking (but could be painted if you’re into that kind of thing.)

  • Dimensions: 3.6″ x 5″ x 1.35″
  • Weight: 75g / 2.64oz
  • Injection molded clear plastic
  • Enclosure is easy to machine, drill, cut and shape to what you need
  • Brass screw inserts (can be used and reused many times, very durable!)
  • Fits standard Arduinos and 16 x 2 LCDs
  • Fits Arduino with protoshield on top
  • Pop out plates for GPS, buttons, sensors, switches, knobs, etc.
  • Holds up to 4 AAA batteries internally using 2xAAA holders.
  • Comes with screws for the LCD, Arduino and case
  • Made in Canada
  • Note: Does not include an Arduino, protoshield, or any other electronic bits.

4 thoughts on “New in the Maker Shed: Clear Enclosure for Arduino

  1. Gavin Smith says:

    They’re nice cases, but one downside is that your project _must_ have an LCD in it. There’s not enough cutouts to make a box without one.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Great amazing sweetness from geeky heaven above! 
    Note to make: need more of these in different configs :)

  3. Sasha Sklar says:

    Would this fit a wifi shield?

  4. abegail lelis says:

    where can i buy this stuff please… i need this clear enclosure for my arduino project.

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