Thanks for the response and questions. Here are some answers, if you have any more shoot em our way.
The expansion stacks do not have "fitted" opening for things like the Ethernet stack yet. We are currently in the process of designing the more "specialized" stacks that require additional fitted openings. I would except to see the Ethernet expansion stack and a few others with in the next week.
There is a Mega Version that we are cutting the first batch of today. I will post some pictures, information, and link to their page once they are cut.
There is also a "double wide" version of the cases that supports the addition of breadboards, or other components.
We have contemplated weather and waterproof versions. Here are some questions we have arise during that process.
1) How viable are they. Do a lot of people besides us use Arduino Outside, and in projects they expect to get wet?
2) What method would we use to "seal" the cases. Should it simply be a gasket like fitting sits between the stacks and the lid?
3) If we do make a "sealed" version, how big should it be. We need to be able to put the whole project in there, or keeping it sealed from moisture would be an issue.
4) Obviously on a weather and water proof case it would make having your USB port accessible a bit unrealistic. What would be the best mounting solution/case design to make quickly accessing and updating your board viable then?
As far as bigger cases for batteries.
We do plan to make bigger cases that have battery docking in them, but we wanted to get some ideas of what most people use for their Arduino Projects.
We use lipos on pretty much everything. What about the rest of you? AA? AAA? 9v?
We were leaning in the direction of lipos or AAA for the first battery case add-on, as their size would keep the cases as small as possible.
As for re-sellers in Europe. We do not currently have any, but we are currently working on trying to get our products carried somewhere besides our own store. We do international shipping though. We are a small start-up company, and initially had planned to use Kickstarter for the release of our cases. After reading all the TOS and exactly how it worked though, it seemed far less of a viable option. So we decided to come right o the Arduino community. Most of the re-sellers wish to see that it is a viable marketable product before they are willing to purchase a minimum order.
If there is anything i missed, or if you have more questions don't hesitate to ask.
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