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JLIT

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Been working on my own DNA200 design from the ground up and with the help of a very gifted machinist and of course all I've learned from these forums, here is my faceplate design to be pressure fit with 4mm of compression via o-rings. Thoughts or suggestions definitely welcome!

IMG_0225.JPG  IMG_0225.JPG Clear Tapped Mounting Posts For Backing SupportFaceplate.JPG IMG_0034.JPG Delrin Backplate Supporting Plates For Board.JPG DogboneDelrin (Plus & Minus).JPG IMG_0028.JPG Back Of Faceplates ALl.JPG Flat Faceplate rear Scheme.JPG Good Back Faceplate Showing Mounting Scheme.JPG Sideview Faceplate Mounting Scheme.JPG PreBoard Backplate Install.JPG IMG_470494889.JPG 

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very nice getting ready to start designing my own box as well.
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What size of battery are you going to fit in there? I've been looking around and looking a peoples designs, since I want to machine my own mod. Battery size is the only factor, since I want optimal battery life, while not being overly big. Those look nice!
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What's the black plastic? UHMW?
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To save on weight you could use garolite for the board holder
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What's the black plastic? UHMW?

It's delrin

Sorry for delayed response. The design has since changed to accommodate custom bezel, full mech switch and aluminum +/- 
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VCD Sample 24k Plating Rev1.png Sample unit to measure added material from nickel, copper, show chroming, 24k gold plating 
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