Printable PiBow for Raspberry Pi
by wildseyed, published
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I have 2 Pibow cases already and I REALLY like them. I had downloaded the files to have them cut on a laser printer and was going to convert them for printing, but it seems like you have done all the hard work for me.
I have 4 Raspberry Pi's and 2 are naked. Not for long, though...
Thank you for this one.
I was not aware of this interference. I'll have a look, and see if it can be easily incorporated. I have an original case design coming out later tonight, and one of the main things I addressed were all the interference points the other cases here have. It would suck if I find that my case has this problem too.
printed and fits my pi just fine. now if only:Â http://www.thingiverse.com/thi...Â were printable as an optionalÂ base plate.
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Given that the original files are intended for laser cutting, and that kerf was built in to the design considerations, you should scale the parts in X and Y by 1.015 so as not to get too tight a fit.
At the moment, I am modifying the design further to take better advantage of the printing method. It will correct a few minor collisions that occur in the original. It will only consist of three parts, so it will be another derivative. Stay tuned.
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