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Enclosures for Arduino – hot off the (mini arbor) press!

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Enclosures for Arduino – hot off the press! We use a very nice arbor from PanaVise. We’re making up the next batch now, sign up on the product page to get a notification once they’re shipping, should be in the next day or so!


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2 Comments

  1. I’ve had my share of those things pulling out too!
    Grrrrrrrr!

  2. Do you use a jig to aid in alignment of the pieces? I once had a (dreadful) job as a drill press operator. We had jigs to aid in drilling holes through the metal parts. Pick up part from left, place in jig, drill hole, stack on the right. Chang jig. Pick up part from right, drill hole, stack on left. Repeat.

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