A “Slightly” Over-Engineered BOB Enclosure

Posted: 02/10/2019 in Uncategorized

A plastic box with 3 cut-outs is essentially all this needed to be. Really…just a small box, a few cuts and some glue but no…this had to become the most elaborate 3D printed case to enclose 3 freaking connectors and a bit of wire…

I’m not sure what it is that pushes me to this extent to engineer a plastic box I’m sure I could drive over and not break, but whatever the reason this A/V & Controller breakout box for my SNES Box Go is a rugged “Sumbitch”.

Designed as a two-part case held together with mounting tabs and #2-56 hardware, the layout is sturdy and far stronger than it needed to be. Though, with all this strength, its weight is still lighter than I would have liked.

Essentially this is a two part case and utilizes 4 mounting tabs which most of my console cases do. The mounting tabs were glued to the base of the case and then set in place with screws. Very easy to get into should the need ever arise.

Again, this isn’t anything spectacular but was worth a mention and short post. I’ve got a few more projects in the works that are a little more in-depth and possibly a few commissions coming down the pipeline, so hopefully we’ll break this 3 to 4 month post cycle!

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