HT1621 / HCMODU0136 case to 3D print

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Gazz292
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HT1621 / HCMODU0136 case to 3D print

Post by Gazz292 » Fri Jan 29, 2021 6:59 pm

Not sure if this is the right forum for this, but i designed a 3D printable case for the 7 segment LCD modules.
HT1621 Standard Case With Foot.jpg
Please forgive the rough print, this was done at .30mm layer height as a prototype, and it's also one i made to show only 5 of the characters, as that's all i was using for that display.. the 3D print file has a window that shows all 7 plus the battery bar graph.

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4742292

There's a version with and without the mounting foot,
Standard HT1621 case no foot.jpg

I also made a small version of the case that's more symmetrical, BUT this one needs the header pins de-soldering/cutting and a 6 core wire soldered to it, so that's not for everyone,
HT1621 small case with stand.jpg
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4742570



4 M3 x 16 bolts hold it all together, threads formed in the print.

And a case i made for my self:
Omsi Thermometer Prop.jpg
This one is a copy of a thermometer found in bus driving simulator that i am replicating the real cab of.
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andrew
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Re: HT1621 / HCMODU0136 case to 3D print

Post by andrew » Sat Jan 30, 2021 8:54 am

They look great. I've added a link to the bottom of the first post in the actual product thread as it's more likely to be seen there:

viewtopic.php?f=75&t=2966&p=7756#p7756
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