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RaspBerry Case

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RaspBerry Case by jpoilux Mar 8, 2013
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RaspBerry Case with options

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Print with PLA 0.3mm and 0.5 infill.
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Apr 14, 2017 - Modified Apr 14, 2017

This is by far, the greatest RPI1 case I've seen.
Great Job!
Congratulations and thank you for sharing!

Thank-you for sharing. I like your design because it prevents dust from collecting on the RPI board. I have installed RASPBMC (http://www.raspbmc.com/)http://www.raspbmc.com/) on one of my RPI.

I have designed a simple duct adapter in 123D and I had to print/tweek/redsign/reprint- it 4 times before I ended up with something useful. How many times did it take you before you ended up with this awesome design?

It takes me arround 1h40 for up and down parts :)
thanks.

Nice case! Could it be possible to upload the source file, please?

i've just added all source file.

Thanks!

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