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3d Print your own (worldwide), or let us print it and ship it to you (US & Canada). Fits the Nano v3. Create This!
http://www.createthis.com/products/create-this-arduino-nano-enclosure
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http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:36914
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Hey codlink,

Yes, that thing-i-verse case was the inspiration for the Create This Arduino Nano Case. We designed our case from the ground up using a caliper. There are a number of notable differences in our design:

  • The length of the case is reduced by placing the mounting holes closer to the body of the case.
  • Our case features an ICSP header cutout (the thingiverse case didn't fit my V3 because of this).
  • Our case features a lid that can be removed without disconnecting pins. A full lid is available upon request.
  • Our case is parametrized and can be combined with other mounting plates for a complete solution. For example, here it is with a Pololu MD01B motor control mounting plate: http://www.createthis.com/products/arduino-nano-pololu-md01b-combined-mounting-plate-3d-printed
  • We offer design services if you're looking for something you don't see here.

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We offer design services if you're looking for something you don't see here.

lol, I think I can print my own and download the free stl..  I also think that you should tune your printer to not have gaps.  I notice all of your prints have some kind of gap in the plastic.
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