These are 3D printable cases for Adafruit’s Feather series of development boards. They’re designed to be compact, unobtrusive and adaptable from prototyping to deployment.
Three cases types are available for printing. One fits the ESP32, another is for the ESP8266 and one covers most of the Feather series (different rear pin types complicate the design).
ESP32 / ES8266
The rear pins are cut in ‘half’ - the ESP32 module covers the rear mounting holes on the PCB so some filing might be needed to fit.
(The ESP8266 version is the same as the ESP32’s, except the pins aren’t cut in half.)
The cover for all cases has cutouts for female headers.
Cases for other Feathers
(Before using this, please take note of how large your board is – some will not fit due to rear pin center-to-center spacing)
This case requires the following:
Overall PCB sizing (inches): 2” L x 0.9” W
Mounting hole center-to-center distances (inches): 1.8” (L side), 0.7” (W side)
Most of these details can be found in the documentation for the specific Feather board. For example, the Adalogger Feather (shown above).
These cases are available in a variety of places, with Collector3 always being the most up-to-date: