William Bartley shared his handy 3D Printed Enclosure for the Adafruit Mini Lipo
w/Mini-B USB Jack – USB LiIon/LiPoly charger. Thanks for sending this in!
I designed a little enclosure for the Adafruit Mini Lipo w/Mini-B USB Jack – USB LiIon/LiPoly charger that I thought I’d share. We use the Adafruit lipo batteries to power the Gemmas used in her wearable projects. Now that she’s working on a wearable to sell to a friend, I figured a simple enclosure for the charger would be nice instead of just handing them an exposed board (commoners seem to be afraid of exposed electronics).
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