Bottom View of the Frame Pieces

Oled 0.96 3D-printed Frame

I’ve been using an inexpensive 0.96″ OLED display for a while now and I’ve come to appreciate its ease of use and diminutive size. They come in I2C and SPI flavours, depending on your needs. Also, they come in various screen colours to match your project. This particular case is designed to fit my collection of I2C screens but it can be modified to fit more pins for SPI.

Shot of an OLED and a 3D printed frame
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I designed the case with zero-insertion force since the screens are breakable and, if you look closely at the above picture, you’ll see this OLED is broken from previous designs.

If you’ve tried this design, please let me know!

You can get the files from my page at Thingiverse.

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