@crispyoz said in STP files for boards:
docks are designed to be development tools so not sure why you'd need a case for these.
Thanks for the references. That case looks pretty cool.
I have a ton of development boards ranging from PowerPC, MIPS, RISC-V, ARM, and whatnot. I'm not designing a case for each one, but instead an enclosure that would allow me to "mount" them on a rack-mounted shelf. Given the expense of obtaining some of the boards, or the difficulty getting them (because they are no longer being produced, or there's a shortage due to supply chain issues, etc.), I'd rather have them in an area that's well ventilated. These boards are being used for development, including being part of a CI/CD process, testing, and such... which doesn't require me to have it on my desk or somewhere accessible -- storing them in a rack for those purposes is perfect. This includes the docks...