Guest Bob McCormick

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Guest Bob McCormick

What are the physical dimensions of the Papilio one boards?  I can't seem to find that on the website anywhere.

Thanks!

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Guest essele

Hi Bob,

On mine, the PCB is 69mm x 69mm, but then the power connector sticks out another 4mm.

The height is about 15mm total - including soldering on the back, PCB and then the power connector (which is the tallest device on the board.)

Lee.

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Hey! Is this the Bob McCormick I used to work with?

Physical dimensions is something I overlooked!

The physical dimensions for the Papilio One are:

2.7"x2.7"

I'm updating the hardware page right now.

Jack.

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Guest Bob McCormick

Why yes it is!  I was wondering if I should use an alias!  :-)

For some fool reason I've started to get into electronics.  I'm currently building an Arduino control robot, but I'm also on the lookout for my next project. ;-)

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I'm looking for the same info in more detail. I was hoping to mount the Papilio One on a 3D printed part, but am entirely lacking dimensions regarding what appear to be mounting holes. Here is the data I was able to get from carefully measuring the board with a pair of calipers (but I was afraid to touch it with the teeth). Can anyone confirm these? 

 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByYzNrXXLNaOZ1Y4eDVHWWNTdlU/edit?usp=sharing

 

I guessed on the hole sizing because they were placed too near the board jacks to easily get at.

 

Thanks.

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Alright, got it. Thanks.

As a regular CAD user I had a hard time finding out how to measure from hole center to hole center in Sketchup (but it was the first time I have ever used it). The model also completely lacks the IO block and connector data, which will be needed for a case top. I will repost my CAD drawing for those who want it. Is there a better way to post a few pictures? I will also post the stil file I used to 3D print a mounting case and pictures of it.

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Anybody who has a mechanical drawing with all measures between connectors, mounting holes, etc?

I have plans to use a Papilio ONE as a piggy-back board on a "mother board". Therefore I need to know the exact placements of the connectors.

("Future will show" whether I keep the females and turn the board upside down into males on the board, or replace the top-side females with bottom-side males fitting into females on the mother board)

/dindea

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