Atari 2600 Raspberry Pi Case
by zennmaster, published
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A Raspberry Pi case in the shape of that most classic video game console.
The cartridge slot is also conveniently sized to hold an SD card.
Print the base, the top and the face plate. For maximum accuracy, print the top and the base in black, and the face plate in brown ABS or PLA, or possibly Laywoo D3.
(The whole case .stl is just there for illustration, it probably won't print well!)
Angle the Pi into the base, power connector first, then tilt the USB/Ethernet ports down until they are secure in their openings.
Slide the face plate into the slot in the base, then put the top on and enjoy some retro gaming action!
The power plug hole is sized for a low-prifile micro USB. If poeple want a larger hole, I can make another version, or you can modify the .SCAD file if you so desire.
I don't use the analog video or headphone jacks, but I will upload another faceplate file that has openings for them.
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