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Some user decided to put this case up for sale and did not pay any attention to the licensing of this item. I am removing the stls.
A new thing has been released to replace this one. There have been many complaints about the rca port being off by just a hair so this has been resolved in the new parametric model not made in Sketchup like this one was.
Print RasPiCase-Bottom.stl and fit the Raspberry Pi into the case SD card slot first. It should be a snug fit. Printing just the bottom is a great base for hacking away at the RasPi.
For a fully enclosed case print RasPiCase-Bottom.stl AND RasPiCase-Top.stl. Fit the RasPi in the case SD Card slot first and fit lid on top.
For larger bots you can print RasPiCase.stl which contains both the top and the bottom of the case in 1 plate.
I've been printing this with a .35 nozzle at .2 layer height with 2 perims and .2 fill. Doesn't even really seem to need a heat bed to print.
I've added a vented top to the case for those concerned with cooling issues.
Raspberry Pi Case (RasPi) by redpeppr is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Non-Commercial license.
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