Raspberry Pi Case 2 (RasPi)
by redpeppr, published
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Case as seen in Develop3D Magazine! The STL's have been uploaded to the page again. Please do not resell them without my permission.
This is an updated version of "Raspberry Pi Case" http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:24721 that I designed back in June.
This new version fixes:
- RCA Port misalignment
- Headphone port misalignment
- Walls not thick enough for .40 layer thicknesses
- Open top for hacking
- Vesa mount bottom
If you have a 200mm x 200mm you can print "RasPi Case2 Open Top and Bottom.stl" or "RasPi Case2 Top and Bottom.stl"
If you have a smaller print surface than you will need to print the lid and the bottom separately.
- RasPi Case2 Top.stl
- RasPi Case2 Top Open.stl
- RasPi Case2 Top Vented.stl
- RasPi Case2 Bottom Final.stl
- RasPi Case2 Bottom Vesa.stl
You can also download RasPi_Case.zip and get all of the individual pieces in one download.
Fit the 2 halves together and your done! The layers of the print should act like snap fittings and the case should snap closed!
I print these with a .5 nozzle at .20 or .40 layer height, 2 shells/perimeters and .10 infill.
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