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  1. Hello, My name is Simeon, I am postdoc at Purdue University. I'd like to use Arduino Uno and the Analog Shield for a quantum optics application. In a general effort to keep the setup organized and protect parts from damage, I enclose all PCB electronics into boxes or cases. So far, I have found all boxes and cases I need at DigiKey. However, for the {Arduino + Analog Shield} assembly, I have failed to find commercially available boxes with the correct dimensions, despite spending two hours looking for it. I called Digilent Customer Service, but they could not help me either. All I need is a metal or plastic box which keeps the two PCBs tight and preferably allows access to the connectors (basically, the Arduino USB and the Analog Shield's DAC ports). Although I could make some holes myself, I don't have the skills and time to design and machine the whole enclosure. Is anyone using a standard pcb box for these components from a common vendor? Thank you in advance! Simeon