Raspberry PI Case (RS Version)
by Conseils, published
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Raspberry PI Case for Radio Spares (RS) version and with STEP files for the thing you really want. Your own custom version!
This is a derivative item
1) Don't download the STL (well unless you really want to)
2) Do download the STEP files
3) Modify STEP model for custom part
5) Have even more fun
6) Put your better thing on Thingiverse
For some background to this item see http://northernhope.blogspot.com/
I guess this is a case of modifying the design as your printer needs it changing. I did change the PCB retention clips inside the box to make them easier to print by adding 45Â° angles as supports so they gently build from the bottom during the print process. Otherwise I introduced no other DFM changes.Design Suggestions
I tested the video output after printing the case and the video lead I fished out from the box has a moulding over the outer of the connector. Perhaps increase the clearance diameter of the video connector to 10.5 mm to clear such a moulded connector.
All the others of this type in the box have no such moulding of course, so the published design works fine for those.Revisions
2012-09-22 - Replaced CUT 1 STEP file as wrong file had been uploaded
2012-09-22 - Added STEP files of modified forms for completeness
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