I modified the original case to fit Adafruit’s 1200 mAh battery:
The width was expanded by 0.7 cm and the height expanded by 2.4 cm to make room for the larger battery. The revisions were made using 123D Design (using imported SAT file, which was generated via Fusion 360 from the original source document), since I am more familiar with 123D Design than Fusion 360 at this point. The resizing was done, not using a stretch, but by slicing each original part into pieces and moving things around and pulling/extruding surfaces to fill gaps after moving pieces, so the spacing of posts for the pcbs and the openings should all match those of the original.
STL and 123DX files included.
download the files on: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2379552
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