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Raspberry Pi VESA 200 mount

by mrath, published

Raspberry Pi VESA 200 mount by mrath Oct 5, 2012

Description

NOT TEST-PRINTED YET.

A case and mount for the Raspberry Pi computer, that fits a VESA 200 mount.

Works with standing and wall-mounted TVs (but is not tested yet).

A large print, but should print on the Makerbot Replicator.

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Ok, just tried to print this using the latest Makerbot Replicator. Tried it twice actually. Both times on the case stl file, the vesa arms printed fine, but no case in the middle, just two loose arms. Printed the washers fine too. Any suggestions?

thanks that works fine.

Sketchup has possibly fooled me, and exported in a unit different than what I thought. If you scale it with a factor 25.4 (mm to inch factor) it should be okay.

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Instructions

Standing TVs:
Print the case and lid, mount the case in any two adjacent VESA mounting holes using M6 bolts.

Wall-mounted TVs:
Print case, lid and 2 washers, mount case and washers between wall mount and TV.
(This is not tested, so use at your own risk! Better tighten the screws, even if you risk breaking the case - it is better than breaking your TV...)

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ghengis on Apr 22, 2014 said:

Ok, just tried to print this using the latest Makerbot Replicator. Tried it twice actually. Both times on the case stl file, the vesa arms printed fine, but no case in the middle, just two loose arms. Printed the washers fine too. Any suggestions?

derpeter on Feb 5, 2013 said:

I printed the case on an ultimaker. I scalled it with the factor 25 which seems to be a litte bit to small but the pi fits in.

mrath on Feb 25, 2013 said:

Sketchup has possibly fooled me, and exported in a unit different than what I thought. If you scale it with a factor 25.4 (mm to inch factor) it should be okay.

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