This is my first design made in Autodesk Fusion 360. It is a simple box made to hold arduino, digital clock, thermal sensor, light sensor and pixel display. While it is functional it looks great as well thanks to low polygon front plate.
- Print main box (decide if you want hole for light sensor). Orient the cutouts for displays to touch the bed. Print with supports in order to properly print screw holders.
- Print front plate. Print with supports.
- Print back plate.
- Decide if you have thermal sensor, if you do, print the separator.
- Optional: Spray paint the outside walls of all parts (I have painted mine using silver to give it more shiny look.)
- Screw the main board in using the cutout in the front with M1.7*4 screws.
- Screw the display from the front using M1.7*4 screws.
- Screw the analog clockfrom the inside using M2.6*6 screws.
- Screw the thermal sensor using M2.6*6 screws.
- If you have light sensor, hot glue it in the cutout on the side of the main box.
- Slide in the separator (to furthermore protect it from internal heat).
- If everything works as intended, you can glue the front plate to the main box now.
- Close the box using the back plate, it should be a tight fit so no screws are needed.
- Plug it to the power
At first it may seem like a lot of steps but the workflow is quite intuitive. I hope you will find this model useful. If you have any notes, comments or suggestions please let me know in the comments.
- You can use slightly different screws but they might not work as great
- I can't remember the exact dimensions of the larger screw so I just measured it by hand
- Just to be sure I have primed the plastic before applying spray paint
- Everything is connected to D1 mini chip
- The analog clock is 4-Digit LED Display Tube, 7-segments, TM1637, 50x19mm from Robotdyn
- The sisplay is 0.96" 128x64 Monochrome Graphic OLED Display Module - SPI from DisplayModule
- I would go for layer height between 0.12 and 0.2 mm.