Raspberry Pi GPIO Connector That Works With the Makerbot Replicator 2
by blandman, published
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When I printed the vexaae's original GPIO connector with a makerbot replicator 2 (PLA filament) the holes would get filled in and some sides failed to print. So I took the blender file he provided and modified it until it worked on my Makerbot Replicator 2. Essentially all I did was make the holes a little bigger and thickened all 4 sides.
- load the stl file into makerware
- Press print (I used 0.2mm thickness and 100% fill)
- Use solid copper wire and wire your desired pins to your breadboard
- Attach to Raspberry Pi (can be a bit snug)
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