Bought one of the cheep oscilloscopes of eBay.
Decided to make a case for it on my 3D Printer.
- 1x Front.stl
- 1x BackWith_Battery.stl or Back_No_Battery.stl
- 4x Button.stl
- 1x Button_R.stl
- 3x Slide.stl
- 4x Washer.stl
- It is best to keep the design less the A5 in size, if you want to do bigger, brake it down into small pieces. the way a laser printer works, it uses static electricity to transfer the toner to the paper. The more paper, the more static electricity it needs.
- As we will be adding a sheet of magazine paper on top of the preview paper we print, this increases the overall thickness of the paper, increasing the amount of static charge needed. We can tell the printer to give more electric charge by altering the setting to heavy satin/matt paper. Some laser printers may give more control and allow increasing the amount of toner.
- Most Laser Printer are designed for printing text, when you start to add large areas of black, some may get patchy.
- One good thing about modern laser printers, is: When you replace the toner, you are also replacing all the other important bits.
- Be sure you have an area of the Magazine that can be held in place.
- Apply a few drops of acetone (watered nail polish remover) until the paper becomes opaque/transparent.
- Rub lightly over the top of the Decal, in a direction away from where it is held so that it does not move.
- When the paper is no longer opaque/transparent and feels dry to the touch, lift of the paper.
- The Acetone will have evaporated but the water will remain.
Change a little to the Main BoardMy DSO138 Digital Oscilloscope is a cheap version from China.
Choice of two options
Adding a Battery.
I just love Li-Po batteries, one of the best things to come out since sliced bread.
The manual for the DSO138 Digital Oscilloscope states 8 to 12 volt power input (Not to exceed 12 volt). So I am going for about 10 Volt.