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nRF24L01 Mount

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jeffreyjene
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Hello,

Those of you who have worked with the nRF24L01 with external antenna and adapter know how awkward the thing is to mount on a surface, especially one that is going to move around. I use a couple of them in my latest project, and decided to find a good way to mount it. I have a 3D printer, so I jumped into Blender and after a few trials came up with something that fits the bill quite well. I have included the files and instructions here:

Model file (stl)

Installation video

I hope that some of you can use it and that it helps your project out. I helped out mine!

 


   
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Ruplicator
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Nice solution! It gives me some ideas to mount an UV sensor I've been working with.


   
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codecage
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@jeffreyjene

The model file link takes me to a simple drawer by lalmat.

SteveG


   
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jeffreyjene
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@codecage Wow, that's strange. I'll edit the link, it somehow changed.


   
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jeffreyjene
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Ok I can't seem to update the post, so here it is: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4461684


   
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codecage
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@jeffreyjene

That one works!  Thanks!!

SteveG


   
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hstaam
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Good design.

hj


   
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