Hi there! I want to share our latest prints with you - customized Arduino cases. For each one, we used different technique 3D printing or CNC milling. ​

This one was cut in various colors of 2 and 6 mm plexiglass. Translucent top covers were also engraved using a smaller drill.

The best way to make unique Arduino cases was mixing 3D printing, CNC milling, and various materials together. For a gaming-related project, we designed and 3D printed a case resembling an arcade table and a set of Pac-Man pins.

And here we have CNC milled Arduino case in 2 and 6 mm thick plywood.

Pac-Man pins added a unique feeling to the gaming-related case without compromising its functionality. While the wooden box can hide the electronics in a stylish home interior, the most colorful plexiglass case would stand out in every workshop and in classes. All cases were made on ZMorph 2.0 SX. And last but not least:



Hi @bartek_lanc,

The quality is impressive. I was contemplating on whether or not to invest in this machine but there weren’t much articles about the quality of prints and milled objects. From your pictures the end products look great! Objects made using all the provided tool heads just makes it even more awesome! Would like to see more of that.




Very nice, beautiful work.

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Hi there James!

I’ll share with you later on some quality prints we made using different toolheads - I can assure you that quality of our prints is high!

If you want to keep yourself in the loop just follow our hashtag - we’ve got a lot to share :slight_smile:

Best regards,


Thanks @radiovan!