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Raspberry Pi Sketchup model to scale

by kalooki, published

Raspberry Pi Sketchup model to scale by kalooki Sep 15, 2012

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To scale 3D model Sketchup model of the fabulous Rapsberry Pi computer.

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I know there are a few versions of the PI about and this has caused me no end of frustration.

My board, marked E2712RSV1.0B1.1, seems a little different from your model. If I am driving sketch up correctly.

I suspect that the diameter of the video jack is incorrect.
I measure the model at around 6.3 when I think it should be nearer 8.4 mm
This should be the same on all PI versions.

Differences between PI E2712RSV1.0B1.1 and model: -
My network connetor is 13.5mm high
My USB port has a white plas
tic tab extending out at the bottom
The flanges on the power supply connection on my PCB make it 3mm high at the front.
My PCB is a full 1.0 mm wider at 56.1
The pitch of my audio and video connecters is different

Nice model, perhaps add a PI version / model number to it?

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Conseils on Sep 16, 2012 said:

I know there are a few versions of the PI about and this has caused me no end of frustration.

My board, marked E2712RSV1.0B1.1, seems a little different from your model. If I am driving sketch up correctly.

I suspect that the diameter of the video jack is incorrect.
I measure the model at around 6.3 when I think it should be nearer 8.4 mm
This should be the same on all PI versions.

Differences between PI E2712RSV1.0B1.1 and model: -
My network connetor is 13.5mm high
My USB port has a white plas
tic tab extending out at the bottom
The flanges on the power supply connection on my PCB make it 3mm high at the front.
My PCB is a full 1.0 mm wider at 56.1
The pitch of my audio and video connecters is different

Nice model, perhaps add a PI version / model number to it?

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