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From: Michael Petchkovsky <mkpetch@in...> - 2006-01-19 12:52:23
On Wed, 2006-01-18 at 08:01 -0800, Shahin Farshchi wrote:
> I was wondering if anybody knows of a simple and flexible way to
> package the gumstix for demo purposes.
I remember seeing a link to this site a while back, I'm sure Holly won't
mind if I point you there ;)
very, very nice work with perspex for professional results.
From: Erik Kamerling <ekamerling@sn...> - 2006-01-19 20:26:25
On Wednesday 18 January 2006 11:01, Shahin Farshchi wrote:
> I was wondering if anybody knows of a simple and flexible way to package
> the gumstix for demo purposes.
For demonstration purposes: you can build one out of high quality basswood
from a craft store for very cheap.
Check it out --> http://www.snaplen.com/etherstix/
It was just finished today. Little bit of glue, sandpaper, paint, etc. You can
do this for about 5 dollars, trial and error, and some patience. This
particular enclosure holds etherstix stuff.
Very sturdily I might add.