since the STL files from clockworkpi for the Uconsole where made available today, I cooked up these on my day off, I have not yet actually printed any since my Uconsole is still in the mail, but chances are good its a precise fit as the stl provided is 1:1 detail. I have created several variants as well as uploaded the STL’s AND cad files (fusion 360) to github here : GitHub - philosiraptor/uconsole-field-ops-shell: its a shell for the uconsole!
Man, where did they push the STLs to?
I spent last night mocking up this, GitHub - 57Bravo/uConsole_3D_Models: Coarse 3D models for uConsole parts.
I wish I knew they had published them.
3D models are also available…
Noooop. Touch too small.
I can’t measure the length, my calipers aren’t long enough, but the width is about a mm narrower than the uConsole. Looks like the STL of the console is a touch off, which isn’t surprising.
I’ll have to update it when I have an actual devterm to take dimensions, can you quickly try printing a 10 mm cube and let me know if your printer has any dimension shift?
Yea, printer prints sizes correctly. It’s one of the troubleshooting steps I ask folks when they can’t get their mpcnc parts to fit cottectly.
This design is very cool! I like the sun shade on the one model, it definitely gives it the cyberdeck look, especially if you had the RTL SDR and antenna stuck on the side of it. I finished playing through Hard Reset (Redux version) this weekend and most of the terminals have sunshades like that. I may just be biased on a cyberpunk kick again… Regardless, I’m a sucker for anything cyberpunk/cyberdeck related haha.
youll need the sunshade if you operate the unit outside!
That’s what I was thinking, especially for outdoor ham operations…