Raspberry Pi Mounting Bracket

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Raspberry Pi Mounting Bracket by guyc Feb 4, 2013
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This is a carriage for mounting a Raspberry Pi Model B board in a case. It uses edge clips to attach the board.


Prints on a Makerbot with default settings, no support or raft required. The SD card slot has a built-in support which needs to be cut out with a sharp blade.

base.scad is the source for the carriage, and it depends on pibase.scad which provides a geometric model of the Raspberry Pi board plus clearance volumes that are used to create the openings for the ports.

This is part of the Gaugette Time Clock documented here: http://guy.carpenter.id.au/gaugette/blog/2013/02/03/raspberry-pi-time-clock/

The scad file for the OLED bezel is included here too.

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Which kind of project the raspberry was used on the pictures?
Looks quite interesting.

guyc - in reply to mr_cg

It's a task time clock I use for recording time against multiple jobs when I'm contracting. Spin the dial, select a client, and push the knob to start/stop billing. It has a big colourful indicator so I can see at a glance if I'm currently timing. It logs directly to a Google Docs spreadsheet over wifi.

Writeup here: http://guy.carpenter.id.au/gaugette/2013/02/03/raspberry-pi-time-clock/