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Raspberry Pi Case Zlice (with Fan)

by wamd, published

Raspberry Pi Case Zlice (with Fan) by wamd Feb 18, 2013

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Summary

ZLICE is the Raspberry PI Case designed to grow with the MODS you will want to make.

ZLICE is designed to sit on your desktop and when closed give a design touch to your Raspberry Pi.

A front door is provided to gain access to the SD Card. By using leads with 90 degree bends you can pull all cables to the rear.

40mm X 40 mm Fan space provided for extra cooling

Instructions

This is an early prototype which will be totally developed over the next 4 weeks. Additional extension bases will follow.

3/4 of the way through to completing the detail of the ZLICE

V2 NOW ADDED (ZliceBreakdown.stl)*** Individual STL,s NOW ADDED****
I have now decided to make the part the Raspberry sits onto a Hinged Door. The plan is to insert a length of 3mm PLA/ABS to provide the pin for the hinge.

The Fan module is now modular so if no fan is required i can design a blank.

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Something is wrong with your design, it appear to be printing one of the sides upside-down. Wasted a lot of filament.

Any way you can fix the individual stl's? Theyre bad files. The group file is good, but the rest are unusable. Excellent design! I really want to print this!

Yeh, it is not a good sign when the STLs don't get rendered to thumbnails here, usually means they are stuffed.

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