I am wanting to put my little arduino project into a nice little enclosure which will have 2 serial port connections, a usb connection and a RF connection on the rear of the enclosure. The front will have a couple of LEDS.
Now the front is no problem but the back connections are Square for the USB B port, and the 2 Serial are sort of Odd D Shaped .
So my real question is how do people manage to cut their enclosures to support their project without making huge mistakes?
How do I cut a square hole accurately? So it looks like a PRO job not something I hacked together.
The B connection is quite small only 11 x 13mm - so too small for a hacksaw.
I know a stupid question but for someone who has not done it before I think is a legitimate question.
Any tips appreciated.