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RaspberryPi stand

by Schorhr, published

RaspberryPi stand by Schorhr Mar 2, 2012

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Sick & bored.


I don't have one yet, I wanted to make a minimalist stand, and got carried away. From experience, 2,5mm diameter rods will work though.
Perhaps distance needs to be increased a little for tighter fit.

Slide in from the rear.

Add some googley eyes. Everything is better with googley eyes.

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I was wondering how long it would take for cases and stands to show up on here! I plan to get one when the websites are back up. Any idea if it will run RepG/Cupcake?

I'm probably the wrong person to ask about that, but as it runs linux - why not? :-)

If you want to see a cool case, check out the miniature arcade machine on Google Warehouse.

Yeah, I was thinking that the Raspberry Pi would be a good option instead of the Gen4 Interface. Especially as I am on Gen 3 and already have a spare 15" LCD lying around. Or they will build it into the next model after the Replicator . . .