Apologies for imposing myself upon these forums. I would be what you would call a noob at this type of thing. This is my first time doing ANYTHING electronics-oriented. I am a game programming major, and just happened to find myself in a class dealing with building electronics from scratch. It's also my first online class, so I have hardly ANY instructor face-time.
I've already got everything built and programmed properly, amazingly, and plan on even making a tutorial for it if possible. My main concern is getting my arduino board attached to the inside of the case I built for it. I need to find a way to attach it WELL to a smooth, acrylic surface. I can drill holes, if necessary, but I need to keep the other side of the acrylic smooth. Any ideas? Here are some pictures to help:
I basically need to get the arduino into this cube I built.
Here is an inside view, so you can see exactly where I want to put it. (On the bottom side.)
And yes, I plan to dremel out holes so that I can run the proper cables it's going to need. That's the easy part, once I can get it secured in place!
Thanks so much for any help, guys.