Cowfish Studio has announced the launch of the Koki’o Project Case on Crowdsupply. The Koki’o project case is an open frame design that allows for panoramic viewing of your PCB while protecting the board from harmful contact with hands or tools. The open design also allows entry of air and moisture, which is great for applications that require environmental exposure (i.e. sensors). A set of PCB template libraries are available for most major EDA tools (Eagle, Altium, KiCad) right out of the box. So instead of putting your PCB in a generic enclosure, you have the Koki’o Project Case which is so different from your generic PCB enclosure.

The Koki’o offers 4 versions of the case, they include:

  • Small 80 mm x 50 mm (3.15” x 1.97”)
  • Medium 100 mm x 60 mm (3.94”x 2.36”)
  • Large 120 mm x 70 mm (4.72” x 2.76”)
  • Extra Large 140 mm x 80 mm (5.51” x 3.15”).

The Koki’o case is a durable 18-gauge steel chassis, with a beautiful black powder paint finish. It features keyhole slots for mounting on walls and other surfaces, with its top plate formed from acrylic (PMMA). The Koki’o is available in 3D models, with an adjustable lid to accompany the expansion. The Koki’o is Ideal for prototyping or permanent installations.

About Pledging, Cowfish Studio says:

Each pledge level will come with a durable 18-gauge steel chassis with black powder paint finish and keyhole slots for wall mounting, a top plate formed from acrylic (PMMA), machine screws for mounting, two sets of standoffs to accommodate board expansion (5 mm and 10 mm), and protective non-skid rubber feet.” The Koki’o case is open source, and they say “Yes! We have greatly benefited from the open source community and we are dedicated to give back. The hardware is released under the Creative Commons ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0).


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