Current Status: CAD Modeling

A project log for ESPicker | Cryptocurrency Ticker

Track the prices of your favorite coins–Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin, Dogecoin, and others–and display'em on your desk using the ESP8266.

ACROBOTIC IndustriesACROBOTIC Industries 03/21/2018 at 05:402 Comments

So we've begun the process of designing a 3d-printable enclosure for the ESPicker. We're using Autodesk's Fusion 360 for the task, as it seems to be a popular option for makers getting started with CAD modeling these days.

3d CAD model of the enclosure

We also created the repository for the final version of the ESPicker:

ESPicker repository

For now it's just a placeholder, but we'll post all software and hardware files as soon as they're ready for release. In the meantime you're welcome to build your own using our quick-n-dirty prototype version located at!


Claudio wrote 03/21/2018 at 14:59 point

Did you considered FreeCad? It is a very good Open Source CAD, and it is parametric and multi platform. I use it extensively both at home and at work (version 0.17).

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ACROBOTIC Industries wrote 03/22/2018 at 05:38 point

Yup we did, this gave us an opportunity to give Fusion 360 a try so we went for it :)

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