Here’s a handy Electric Imp enclosure created and shown on the Adafruit Forums by Chris Nafis:
If you have played with the Electric Imp and April boards and want something to hold it, then here is a box you can print.
It uses the:
From Thingiverse Thing 63392:
The Electric Imp is a cool little computer in a SD card format that has built in WIFI and some I/O. It has a unique programming paradigm. You set your WIFI parameters using a Smartphone screen. The IMP “phones home” and registers itself. You then program it using the “Cloud.”
I used a Cube 3D printer to print the box. The ABS has some warping issues, but it still works nicely
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