The crew over at MakerBot shared some more designs for the three DIY electronics kits we included in the MakerBot Adafruit Edition, and we have been having fun printing these out in-house ourselves!
From the MakerBot blog:
A few days ago we and our good friends over at Adafruit announced a limited Adafruit edition of the MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer available for sale. The whole batch sold out in 33 hours.
As others have pointed out, this makes total sense. Adafruit customers are total DIY heroes who would naturally want to make their own customized enclosures and components. You know what’s perfect for doing that? A MakerBot.
Right now you can pick up three of Adafruit’s most popular kits at the MakerBot Store in NYC: TIMESQUARE, RasPi, and MintyBoost. To sweeten the deal, we’ve launched our own special designs for the enclosures for these three kits, seen in the photo above, on our own Thingiverse page.
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