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Design a case for my arduino project

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simonleeWKLEQ
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Design a case for my arduino project

Hi,

i am new to Autodesk. I have put together a physical circuitry using stripboard and arduino nano. I would like to create a snapped case to hold the board and a 9v battery that drives the circuit. 

I tried to create components in fusion 360 and eagle and ran into some problems. Hope someone has a similar experience and give me a clear step-by-step tutorial to follow.

 

First step I tried is to create a component of the board — I downloaded a arduino nano .f3d file from the web. I then create a rectangular circular board with the actual size of my stripboard. I tried to put the arduino nano on the stripboard at the exact location on my actual board. But I don’t quite know how to move and align the arduino nano to the board in fusion 360. When I used the align command, it aligned part of the arduino and did not move the whole arduino nano as a whole. I am

stuck here. Please advise.

 

regards,

simon Lee

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PW_VOX
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After you import the Arduino assembly, Right click on the assembly in the browser and select Rigid Group.

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simonleeWKLEQ
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Thank you for your advise. It works. 

Regards,

Simon

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