If you’re making a USB dongle, or a microcontroller/radio/wireless thingy that plugs into USB, you may want to check out the BUD USB-7201-C. This clear snap together case is stylish and lets you make your own USB device with a nice cover for $2! Shown here is a prototype from our friend Kevin Townsend. Kevin says “You’ll need a rectangular 19x45mm PCB for these cases. We like them because it’s rectangular … no funky shape with a weird outline. You can just VScore your panels that way!”…
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