Prototype of UP Core Aluminum chassis

AlingAling Posts: 498Administrator, AAEON, UP reseller admin
Hi guys,

We just got our first prototype of UP Core aluminum chassis.
The first impression was good in the look and the material, and we gave some suggestions to make the assembly easier to users.
Hope we can finalize and enter the tooling stage soon.

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Comments

  • eduncan911eduncan911 Posts: 157Administrator, Moderator admin
    Nice!

    It almost looks, "stackable"? Is that true?

    Could we have a slimmed down mini version with just the UP Core (no NIC HAT)?

    But later one, custom HATs with custom "extensions" to this chassis could be used to stack it up?

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  • AlingAling Posts: 498Administrator, AAEON, UP reseller admin
    Yes, it is stackable. Here we showcase UP Core+ one carrier board. You can stack up to 3 carrier board.
    You can buy the chassis for UP Core only, or buy the chassis for the stackable carrier board.
    Since the idea is that everyone can make their own carrier board. For the I/O opening on the carrier board, we will make a rubber, and users can make their own I/O plate.
  • Thomas HallThomas Hall Posts: 32New Member
    Love it! Keep the grey
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