This is my first post here. I’m excited about this forum. Here is a run that I took at the Hoyt St. Puck. For me the Puck is kind of large and awkward. Also, the grip-tape isn’t working with me. Those were the main problems that I wanted to confront. This design isn’t really anything fancy, but it fits in your hand and pocket nicely. It’s a practical design.
I recently bought a 3D printer that works and it encouraged me to try to improve my Fusion 360 skills. This Puck enclosure was one of my first projects. I’ve refined my design quite a bit. It prints up easily and the guts snap in place well.
I also made a CNC version. I didn’t import .stl files from F360 for the CNC enclosure. I built it from scratch in my CAM software using vector based tool-paths and different bits. This tends to get better results than “reverse 3D-printing” from .stl files with the CNC router.
The battery housing needs to be removed to get this enclosure to fit. Also, the three plastic stems by thumbwheel need to be trimmed. I used a 650 mah battery because the stock battery didn’t fit. That’s that
Here is a link to the .stl files for the 3D printed version on thingiverse: