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    Posted: 01/April/2017 at 21:55
Does anyone know of a source of these aluminium boxes?

http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/aluminium-box-10-lf11m

Maplins used to sell them, but are discontinued and the size I want is no longer available.
Jim, G1HUL
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Hello Jim
RS and CPC have a range of boxes.  I have also used Rapid Electronics who supply Eddystone boxes and also Bitbox (co.uk).

Quite a few "maker" sites also have one or two boxes, mainly aimed at storing a Pi/Adafruit/etc with added switches/lights or sockets

Hope one of those has what you need

Colin B
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