Raspberry PI Zero Case V1.1

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Raspberry PI Zero Case V1.1 by Nick_Kay Dec 3, 2015


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Note: this is for v1.1 of the pi zero and does not have a hole for the camera ribbon on later versions

This is v.1.01 of the PIZero case. No screws needed, relies on a push fit. Gap in the lid of the case to allow access to GPIO pins, you dont even need to disconnect any wires to add or remove the PIZero from the case.

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Nice case (still have to place a picture), but it should be clarified that this is a case for the RPi zero v1.1, and not v1.3 or W!
Almost broke the flex cable connector on my RPi zero W because I didnt pay attention...

I've added a description to the file now. Will look at modifying also. Thanks

Thanks! :) the camera connector that's indeed the only difference I can see for now, but iirc, that was also the only change from the v1.1 to v1.3

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how far off is it for the W? I was about to print this for mine before it arrives tomorrow. Now holding off.

The dimensions are the same, but there is no space for the camera connector (the flat ribbon cable). I stupidly pushed it in nevertheless, almost breaking the connector... Now I dremeled a piece out of the bottom part, and now it works like it should :) its a nice little enclosure