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I've used real wheels
This nice looking wooden case was built by Peter Blümer in Germany. Peter decided to add some very nice details, such as a hidden RS232 connector at the back (behind the serial number tag) and some good looking 'wheels' on the top cover.

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Below are close-ups of some of the details of Peter's case. The first image shows the wheels sticking through the top cover. Peter constructed the wheels from surplus material of Fialka coding wheels. The next image shows the machine with the top lid open. Please notice the extensions he has made to the keyboard, by using ferrites. The third image gives you a look under the PCB. Peter has used connectors to allow the top PCB to be removed. The last two images finally show where he has hidden his serial port connector: just behind the serial number tag!
  
  
  
  
  

 
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