Snap Together Raspberry Pi Enclosure
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This is a derivative of my previous Raspberry Pi enclosure that ditches the light pipes and bolt together design for an easier to assemble case with strong durable Delrin clips to hold everything together. It's got fewer parts than the previous case and it's been designed for compatibility with Adafruit's Pi Plate prototyping board.
Many of the mods to this new version where contributed by Thingiverse user RoboLemur.
This design has been updated to support both models of the Raspberry Pi board (A and B), with custom sides for each and a better standoff design.
- Compatibility with the Adafruit Pi Plate and Cobbler kits
- Fewer parts and easier to assemble than the previous version
- Strong, durable Delrin clips hold everything together nicely without having to juggle nuts or worry about snapping parts by over tightening bolts and everything comes together with a very satisfying "snap"
Cut the black lines and etch the red lines. Clips are 1/8" Delrin, the new standoffs are 3/32" Delrin, and all other parts are 3mm (1/8") acrylic.
More pics and full assembly instructions on my blog here:
And I've made kits availiable in my store here:
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