Arduino Nano V3

Arduino Nano V3

  • ray7.png

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    2014/01/12

  • betterSolder.png

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    2014/01/14

  • ray6.png

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    2014/01/12

  • hidden5.png

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    2014/01/12

  • ray1.png

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    2014/01/12

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    2014/01/12

  • hidden4.png

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  • hidden1.png

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  • hidden2.png

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  • ray2.png

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  • ray3.png

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  • ray4.png

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  • ray5.png

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    2014/01/12

Description
You never know when you need an accurate model of an Arduino Nano V3. Good exercise of pattern commands, decal and a few other "discoveries" along the way. Will be used to create accurate clip mount in future projects. Added a second image, with improved solder model for pins, existing domes looked like classic dry joints, new solder looks like it wet nicely :-)
Comments

Very nice model with great detail. Nice work and thank you for sharing.

about 2 months ago

Yes, Malte. That tiny little adjustment is due to my printer that I seriously need to do a maintenance on.

2 months ago

I noticed the spacing between the two pin rows is 6*2,56mm not 6*2,54mm

3 months ago

only a difference of 0.3mm on length and 0.2mm on width from the one I'm holding rn on my hands. Very accurate great job on this model.

8 months ago

Great model with the perfect amount of detail. Thank you so much for sharing!

8 months ago

Great....

10 months ago

Great Model

11 months ago

This is my very first download for Fusion 360. I'm building a Fan Controller, to save electricity costs and I'm using a Nano to control it. Now with this, I can "insert" this into the design case to make sure things fit as they should.
Thanks so much for this.

about 1 year ago

thank you

about 1 year ago

great modelling

about 1 year ago

Thank U ;-)

about 1 year ago

Thanks a lot! Helped me with making a case for my graduation project!

over 1 year ago

I used this to build a case around it as we use Nanos for our ICSP bootloader burners. Well done and thanks!

over 2 years ago

Buen Trabajo!

almost 3 years ago

Good example in PCBA design, the tin soldering points make it more realistic.

almost 7 years ago
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