Frequency Counter Case

This is a case for a frequency counter widely available on discount Chinese sites such as . Some assembly is required. 4 M3 x 8 mm hex cap screws are required along with some glue.

Glue the separator inside the base, just below the top hole, with the chamfer toward the top. The separator is shorter than the top hole. Make sure that the separator is glued with the resulting hole away from the battery hole. Run the battery wire in the resulting hole, which is away from the battery hole. The separator divides the frequency counter from the battery.

Use the 4 screws to mount the meter to the bezel, replacing the 4 screws that comes with the meter. Glue the assembled base to the assembled bezel with just enough glue.

Support material is required. Be gentle when removing it. An infill of 20% is recommended.

This object was designed using Solid Edge Community Edition.

Printable Files

  Case Bezel
  Base of the case
  Inner case separator
  Battery Cover

This object is also published on the following site(s):
Prusa Printers

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