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-= CAD Data for a rad1o case +see [[extension:lasercase|Laser Cut Enclosure]]
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-If you want to build your own case for the rad1o, we added DXF files to github. +
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-rad1o_dimension.dxf is just the PCB outline with holes. +
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-https://​​rad1o/​hardware/​blob/​master/​rad1o_dimension.dxf +
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-rad1o_with_parts.dxf is PCB, display, joystick and factory mounted connectors. +
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-https://​​rad1o/​hardware/​blob/​master/​rad1o_with_parts.dxf +
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-You can also easily make your own dxf files using Eagle, just activate your desired layers and run the dxf.ulp +
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-== Height of the case +
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-There were some questions about the height, normally there are no parts on the backside, only if you need JTAG connections or a few CPLD extension ​lines connects here. If you solder the SMA connectors, you need about 1,5 mm here. +
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-If you will place the battery on the back, you need about 5 mm here and some space for the cable on the left. On the front you need a minimum height of 5 mm for the audio connector and a hole for display and joystick.  +
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-HintThe pictures currently show the first prototype - the current Github contains the correct data for the camp edition. +
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-Happy building or knitting! +
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