Tetris Gaming Device Enclosure

 

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It’s done!

I printed my enclosure design and button\switch caps on a Dimension 1200 3D printer from Stratasys overnight on Monday. After going through a base bath to remove all the support material, everything fits together perfectly. Since I wanted to make the button\switch caps a different color than the main body, I spray painted them blue.

Here’s a picture showing the programming and charging ports (JST), along with the power and sound switches.

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The top and bottom pieces are held together using four M3 screws.

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Here are a few more pictures from different angles.

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