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Extra height version of Pi Box
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This is an extra height version of Adafruit's Pi Box so that there is room to add a RaspyJuice board over the GPIO pins with extra slots for the servo leads and power leads to fit in.
The RaspyJuice is an 'add-on' board for the Raspberry Pi which makes it easy to power by battery and drive servos. See http://code.google.com/p/raspy-juice/ for more details.
I had it cut by http://www.razorlab.co.uk so the .svg file is on their template and design guidelines.
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I started from the Adafruit template (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:24461) and modified it for inkscape (to mm) as per the comments there. I extended the height and added some extra slots.
There are a couple of issues with the current design template that I'll fix on next version:
- The case is very tight, probably as a result of the conversion on import.
- A couple of the new slots need adjusting in location slightly now that I've tried it with wires.
- I haven't tried the text etching so was cut without.
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