2020-05-17 (Su) Touch Atari Punk Console APCTouch

I wanted a clean-looking way to mount the circuit board to the rail. At work, we routinely use industrial DIN rails to mount components, so this seemed natural. The first idea I had was a clamping mechanism on the aluminum bar side and the other side, four arms reaching out to the corners of the circuit board. I could not think of a way to print this without supports.

When I let the problem brain-simmer long enough, I settled on a minimalist design. I would print a couple of bars with a rectangular slot for the aluminum and a couple of holes for the circuit board. I will have to add spacers between the board and mount.
Rotating view of board holder

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