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Raspberry Pi 2 Case

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Raspberry Pi 2 Case by walter Jul 27, 2015

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Case for a Raspberry Pi 2*. The top grid pattern is generated with infill.

You can modify your own version in Onshape: https://cad.onshape.com/documents/38263dd14fe044a98cb3abbc/w/349f3b3da26e413b8689affa/e/e17db23b3aa74f39848cb595

Printer:
-- Eustathios

Filaments:
-- Colorfabb Fluorescent Green PLA/PHA
-- Colorfabb Transparent Green PLA

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Dec 8, 2015 - Modified Dec 8, 2015

Is there any way you could release the grid pattern you made for the top of the case?. Its super cool and looks very clean. Thanks for the considerations. Also great work!!

Can you please explain how to do the top grid pattern with the infill.
If possible for Cura?

I believe you would infill to about 20% or so, and set vertical shells to 0.

Neat design, I got an onshape account to try customizing it but I can't make heads or tails of it, I'll customize it in modo. I'll add a cut-out for the picam flex and the GPIO pins.

I'd be a little worried about the Pi getting hot and decreasing its lifespan, but that's a nice compact case!

Raspi themselves say you dont need to worry about cooling. You need 5mm of space between the board and the case. Its like a mobile phone board....

Great idea with the infill pattern! Looks really good.

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