Finally, a proper case! Nicely done! Looks solid, and can probably be run over by a truck without any problems. Do you have the ability to "ground" the case? (I have a project and it was randomly locking up/freezing after running for several hours if I touch it after walking on carpet or generating static electricity. Solved it by grounding the case.)
some ideas:A knock-out at the top for some LCD shield?A knock-out at the back for sensor cables?
I would say allow for an RJ45 connector (or 2) at the back, that means all manner of sensors and networks can enter with no externally visible wiring.______Rob
IMO finding the right enclosure is one of the hardest parts of a project and that may explain why most boards these days are just open, they leave that job up to the user._____Rob
As always we're open to feedback!
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