Saturday, 30 June 2012

Homemade Beagleboard Case

I use my Beagleboard as a very simple home server, mainly for development and managing my subversion repository. I keep the board on the carpet, beside my router and decided I needed to get my hands on a case to protect it. After looking around the net I couldn't find anything that wasn't ridiculously expensive, so decided to sort something myself. 

Basic Beagleboard Case
As you can see from the picture, it is very basic, but fits the purpose. It consists of two custom cut pieces of thin plywood, some spacers and screws and took less than twenty minutes to cut and assemble. Plus it cost less than a fiver.

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