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Print a cover for standard 16×2 LCD module by Bradley

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16X2 Lcd Cover Display Medium

Cover for Standard 16×2 LCD Module by Bradley @ Thingiverse.

This is a cover/enclosure for a standard 16×2 HD44780 LCD Module, such as this one: adafruit.com/products/181. These 16×2 LCD Modules are great for various projects and come in a variety of display colors.

I needed one for the LCD display on my Ultimaker, so I designed this one using Alibre Design. It even has an handy extra cutout in the side to accommodate a potentiometer for controlling the LCD display contrast.


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1 Comment

  1. For those of you who aren’t lucky enough to have access to a 3D printer, try out ponoko.com. I’ve used their laser cutting service with good results, and will probably get a few of these made to try out their 3D printing. Prices are very reasonable. For the record, I have no affiliation with them – just like having access to these sort of tools without having to commit to a big run.

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