August 24, 2015
Do you do a lot of Edison programming or just want a nice way to stand Edison off your desk?
Check out the EdCoaster, a 3d printable programming base for Edison .
Simply, print, plug an EdComm cable into the underside and click Edison on top and you are ready to program.
With thanks to Nick Powley for the inspiration and the name
July 27, 2017
a new and improved one is here:
It has a lip at the bottom to make alignment automatic, and cable storage in the back for the lead.
February 11, 2019
Hi. I have no 3D printer, but I like the EdCoaster. So I tryed to build one from LEGO bricks. It work well. Build instructions are here:
The EdComm cable have to be inserted to the space between two grey 4x6 flats. Under the left grey 4x6 flat is "tunnel" for the cable.