RPi House

by OxyJin, published

RPi House by OxyJin Aug 8, 2012

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This laser cut Raspberry Pi enclosure is designed to be beautiful and easy to assemble. The case is made of 6 pieces that snaps together. No need for glue, screws, nuts & bolts, flimsy hinges, rubber-bands, or wedges. All the Pi's connectors on the edges are accessible: HDMI, Audio, Video, SD Slot, Micro USB Power, Ethernet, 2 USB ports. There is even a slot for a 26-Pin IDC cable for GPIO pins access. Check out the photos.

I included cdr and dxf file format.
Larger photos are located in my flickr account.
I also embed a video of the laser cutter in action in my tumblr page for those who are interested.


Download either the cdr or dxf file.

Clear Acrylic ( ~0.096-0.098 inch)

Laser cutter (40W )
Vector Cut: Speed: 70, Power: 90

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Great Design. No extra hardware needed. Very easy to assemble. The curved openings under the top are great for ventilation. Thanks for posting this.

Please give the acrylic size in metric as all the suppliers now in the UK only supply metric sizes of acrylic. I guess you are in the USA though, the rest of the world is now pretty much metric so please keep us in mind.

That's 2.44 to 2.49 millimetres. I'm guessing that's the measured range of thickness of a sheet that is nominally either 2.5 mm or 0.1 inch thick.