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Give these hardware hacks a home by designing custom enclosures with Autodesk Fusion 360!
A cool classic stratocaster enclosure for the Raspberry Pi Internet Radio Hack
Vintage-style, minimal sized enclosure for a Raspberry-Pi + Arduino Internet Radio.
The Simpson!!!! Door version
Minimalist, renewable internet radio.
The (most likely) smallest Arduino-compatible sewable pico-Platinchen #SENSableTHING
A small desktop or shelf Internet Radio to compliment any home or office sound system. For the "Give Your Hardware a Home" challenge.
Easy installation on all types of doors
Stylin' and overdesigned, but should give a chance to use every shop at school to make it. http://a360.co/1zqbGkv
This my first published project made with fusion 360! A very simple and beautiful way to box the IMP Weather Station components.
Art Deco case for RPi radio. Translucent layers interact to reveal curvy sinews and veins lit from inside... ummm at least that was the idea
Spider is mech design which i used with Raspberry Pi Internet Radio.
Hiding a wifi-door sensor in your door trim!
A stevenson screen enclosure for the imp weather hack
An ode to my favourite two things, Lego and Star Wars!
Sliding style case that allows everybody to see your cool project!
My submission for the Hackster.io and Autodesk Fusion 360 "Give your Hardware a Home" Challenge
Rasberry Pi Internet Radio in a small and elegant form
Shell for Raspberry Pi Internet Radio
My entry for the Give Your Hardware a Home challenge.
The most beautiful enclosure
A personal, portable, wireless weather system for the iPhone.
A space invaders inspired enclosure for the Tinyduino Wi-Fi door opening detector
The Raspberry Pi Internet Radio, now housed in a cool Jukebox design
Unmistakable retro design.
This enclosure adds a touch of class to any doorway.
Is not only portable, is an organic and a luxury accessory for your home too.
A cool enclosure for the impWeather Hack