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Berry Simple Pi Tray

by halley, published

Berry Simple Pi Tray by halley Mar 29, 2013

Description

There are a ton of Raspberry Pi cases already, but I needed a simple mounting option for a robotics project. This model just has the minimum that I can epoxy onto any other carrier, and screw down to the board. It has two hollow standoffs that match the two mounting holes on Second Revision Model B (and Model A) boards, and has two other standoffs that should not interfere with underside components.

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What size screws are you using in this thing? It's brilliantly simple!
Perfect for mounting pi into rostock max bay (via double side tape)
Good call on not including the project holes, it should be quite easy to modify the STL files in say FreeCAD to add holes.
Or even "union" the bracket onto another part.

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Instructions

Print the Berry Simple Pi Tray. Attach the tray to a cabinet wall or other project surface, by clipping, nailing, gluing or whatever means.

I was thinking of including specific nail holes or extra pegs on the outside edge, but any such extras would be particular to the project at hand. This is a starting point for making minimal mount options for the Raspberry Pi. Deriving a new mount from this model should be easy in any STL editor.
What size screws are you using in this thing? It's brilliantly simple!
Perfect for mounting pi into rostock max bay (via double side tape)
Good call on not including the project holes, it should be quite easy to modify the STL files in say FreeCAD to add holes.
Or even "union" the bracket onto another part.
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