L-shape or u-shape for your enclosure?
This Protocase PDF deals with its two-piece L-shape design for enclosures.
Are you wondering how to design an enclosure which has DB connectors protruding from two sides? More importantly, what would you do if the DB connectors are protruding from opposite sides? You cannot drop the board in from the top, so how do you design an enclosure? Does this take a lot of design work? Protocases' two-piece L- shape design is specially designed to address this issue.
The PDF can be downloaded from the box on the right of this page.
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