Koki'o Project Case

An open-frame enclosure kit for panoramic viewing of your PCB

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You’ve prototyped your Printed Circuit Board (PCB) design: It blinks, it speaks, it’s IoT enabled and it breathes fire (maybe it doesn’t breathe fire…). Now it’s time to put that awesome new project of yours into an enclosure. Unfortunately, all you have is a generic project case that appeared to come straight outta the 80’s.

Introducing: The Koki’o Project Case

The Koki’o project case is an open frame design which allows for panoramic viewing of your Printed Circuit Board (PCB). That being said, the case also protects the PCB from harmful contact with hands or tools, but allows entry of air and moisture which is great for applications which require environmental exposure (i.e. sensors). A set of PCB template libraries are available for most major EDA tools (Eagle, Altium, KiCad) right out of the box - no pun intended.

Features & Specifications

  • Choice of Four Versions:
    • Small 80mm x 50mm (3.15” x 1.97”)
    • Medium 100mm x 60mm (3.94”x 2.36”)
    • Large 120mm x 70mm (4.72” x 2.76”)
    • Extra Large 140mm x 80mm (5.51” x 3.15”)
  • Durable 18 Gauge Steel Chassis, Black Powder Paint Finish
  • Top Plate Formed From Acrylic (PMMA)
  • PCB Templates Compatible With Most Major EDA Tools (Eagle, Altium, KiCad)
  • 3D Models Available
  • Keyhole Slots for Wall Mounting
  • Ideal for Prototyping or Permanent Installations
  • Adjustable Lid to Accommodate Expansion

the clear acrylic is covered in removable protective paper

It’s Open Source

We have greatly benefited from the open source community and we are dedicated to give back. The hardware is released under the Creative Commons ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0).

All related documents, 3D models, and footprints available at:

https://github.com/Cowfish-Studios/Cowfish_Kokio_Project_Case

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