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random_vamp

Are there existing dimensional specs out there for the various boards?

I'm planning a project which will involve laser-cutting some acrylic board enclosures, and I figured I'd see if there are existing dimensioned specs before I go and produce some myself.  In particular I'm planning an enclosure for a Arduino Nano which would have holes cut for the usb port and individual holes for the pins.

RuggedCircuits

There are dimensional specs for the Uno and Mega:

http://www.johngineer.com/blog/?p=336

Don't know about the other ones.

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Graynomad

Here's one for the standard board.

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CrossRoads

I believe you can get the info you need by opening the Eagle files here
http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardNano
There should be a .brd file that has the dimension info for the PWB and all the parts.
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mowcius

I'd suggest you go with the official EAGLE files - there are a number of dimensioned files around but the EAGLE files are what the boards are made using so they are as good as you can get.

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