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The Arduino Nano Quick Project. It's a small board, based on an Arduino Nano. It has buttons, a display and I/O ports on it so that it's ready for most of your small projects.
Do you also have the occasional problem, that you want to create something with an Arduino, but the workshop is a mess, you find neither a suitable display nor the right button, and finally, if you have everything together, you lost the desire, to realize the idea. That's why I have developed the Arduino Nano Quick Project.
It's a ready to use box, which should be able to realize 85% of all the small ideas somebody can have. You have buttons, inputs, outputs, a display, serial (USB), a I2C interface and the onboard LEDs. No more searching or soldering for a 10 min project. Just take the Arduino Nano Q.P., upload your program and that's It. Use your Arduino where you want, in the lab, in the kitchen, in the bus... no more limits.
I'm already working on V2.0.
box-final.dxf: The DFX File for the enclosure
All starts with a circuit diagram. It's not very complicated, everything has just to be connected to the Arduino.
Now I soldered all the parts to the PCB.
It is not necessary, but with an enclosure it's cooler. Now the Arduino Nano QP, can even be used ass a finished project, or as part of a bigger project.
Designing an enclosure.
And now to the workshop, powering on the 30W lasercutter. I use 3mm Arcylic.
Screwing the PCB on the Back Part with 3xM3 screws
Now the buttons in the frontpart and insert the frame parts
Insert the back part on it.
And I can do it in more colors :)
The screws and the spacers
So let's mount all together and start with the first project.