The Circuit Playground will act as my on/off switch and mode controller, so I wanted to make it look pretty for mounting on my wall.

This is a remix of the 3d Printed Circuit Playground Yo Yo project by the Ruiz Brothers.  

There are 4 different pieces to print:  the base, the top, the buttons, and the cover.  There's also an optional belt clip you can glue to the back of the case, just in case that works with your mounting solution.

If you don't have access to a 3d printer, you can order the whole case ready-to-go from Shapeways.

Slice Settings

Below are some recommended slice settings. These parts were printed on an Up! Mini.

  • .15mm layer height
  • 220C extruder / PrintInZ Skin
  • 20% infill
  • 4 top/bottom layers
  • 2 shells / parameters
  • 40mm/s printing speed

This guide was first published on Aug 16, 2017. It was last updated on Aug 16, 2017.

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