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Raspberry PI Case with Mounting

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Raspberry PI Case with Mounting by nischi Jan 22, 2013

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Raspberry PI Case with Mouting for Walls, etc.

Including Frida&Fred Logo (Children Museum in Austria) or the Raspberry PI Logo


Raspberry PI Case with moutingplates for Walls, etc.

Also a protection for the SDCard is included.

Including Frida&Fred Logo (Children Museum in Austria) or the Raspberry PI Logo

Update: Round corners on mounting plate
Update: 3 different Logos: rPi, Frida&Fred, DMT Logo

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Helloo! This looks to be the best Raspberry case on Thingiverse, but I keep running into the same problems. I'm assembling my Printrbot LC kit for the first time, and it seems that with v18 and v19, the base in the left side of the bed isn't extruding the filament flat enough, it's kinda rounded. Still with Slic3r .7, will try the latest next.

Any thoughts or suggestions? I'm still calibrating/tuning my printer, so hopefully that's all there is to it, but I thought I'd ask.

welcome to the 3d printer community allen, the issue with the lifting usually means that your trying to print on a cold bed, and the corners are curling, or that your z axis/print head is still too far from the bed, try using blue painter's tape if using PLA or try lowering the z axis endstop a fraction of a millimeter, my jr does the same with some filament, and you need to lower the z axis to get it to stick.