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Assemble into the case #1. Part 15.

Assemble into the case #1

Next, a matter of taste - you can leave it as it is on "snot", but it is better to hide it in the case. I did it in this way.

In the top cover i have cut a rectangular hole for the LCD display, so that it firmly entered there. One round hole for the encoder and 4 small holes for the keyboard. Collected another keyboard directly on a piece of plastic and all is well filled with hot melt.

Top cover

The top cover. You can see encoder, LCD display and keypad

Cover looks nice from the opposite side:

Top cover of controller

The face side looks more decent :)

At the bottom of the box, using hot-melt adhesive attached wooden wedges suitable height and with small screws (can be unscrewed from the old toys) Secure the Arduino and SD module.

Bottom of box

The bars are secured by means of hot-melt adhesive. SD module.

Bottom of box

The bars are secured by means of hot-melt adhesive. Arduino board and SD module.

The box size is 190x170x70mm. You can use any other case or do without it. From one side i glued plastic plug and cut 3 holes in it. One for USB socket, the second for power jack and last for SD card slot.

The box from the left side

Side view. Holes for the USB input, power jack and SD module


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