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Ultimaker Raspberry Pi Plate

by greenarrow, published

Ultimaker Raspberry Pi Plate by greenarrow Nov 5, 2012

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Plate to attach Raspberry Pi to underside of an Ultimaker.

This is for use with my 3D print server:
matterq.org

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It's on my "lpr" branch: https://github.com/greenarrow/...

This is a very basic implementation, see the commit note before using.

Can you give me a link to this patch? Thanks!

It's never fallen out yet, but I've only move the printer a couple of times since I put it in.

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Instructions

Fix in place with two bolts and clip the Rapsberry Pi in place.

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EhisforAdam on Dec 17, 2012 said:

That's a pretty cool way of using that! How well does plate hold the board? That was always one of my concerns with the design.

greenarrow on Dec 17, 2012 said:

It's never fallen out yet, but I've only move the printer a couple of times since I put it in.

JelleAtProtospace on Nov 7, 2012 said:

An even cheaper option would be to use a tp-link wr703 mini router, it has a little more oomph than a Rpi and gives you Wifi out of the box. running a slicer on it might be not such a good idea, though.

jpickens on Nov 6, 2012 said:

Brilliant! Combine this with an stl file interpreter on the host computer.  Printing would be:

File: Load STL file
Print: Select Printer> Printer options>Print to selected printer

Wow, just like printing in 2D!!!

greenarrow on Nov 6, 2012 said:

 I have experimented with a patch to Cura to exactly this :)

matrhint on Nov 6, 2012 said:

So cool! I have been thinking of doing something like this--a computer and printer all in one.

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