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Suzuki Jimny In-Dash GPS - Raspberry Pi

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Suzuki Jimny In-Dash GPS - Raspberry Pi by GregoryHolloway Nov 2, 2016
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Summary

Add In-Dash GPS Navigation to your Suzuki Jimny. Simply remove the passenger airbag, print and replace with this cover.

Full details on Instructables | http://www.instructables.com/id/3D-Printed-In-Dash-GPS-Navigation-Raspberry-Pi-3/

I have included a blank cover with no cut-out for an LCD so you can model your own design.


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Print Settings

Printer:

E3D's BigBox Hybrid Dual

Rafts:

Yes

Supports:

Yes

Resolution:

0.25mm

Infill:

15%


Notes:

You will need a large-volume 3D printer such as the BigBox. You will also need to use SpoolWorks Scaffold Soluble-Support.

Printed with SpoolWorks Black Edge.

Post-Printing

Disolve

Soak in water to remove excess Scaffold support.

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What GPS module did you use? I didn't see that in your instructable.

Good question. It's a receiver I bought about 8 years ago and I can't remember what it is. A quick search for GPS USB Mouse on ebay brings up a load. Also check the elinux website at http://elinux.org/RPi_VerifiedPeripherals#USB_GPS_devices

Remove passenger airbag...ah...safety is for wimps....hahaha. Seriously though, looks great Greg. Love the mud on the dash. Does your GPS even pick up the dirt roads you are driving on? Thanks for the share. I will have to look at adding this to my car...keeping the airbags of course. Wife would not be pleased if I removed them.

It's safer to take it out, if the car get a big bump, which it does quite a lot, there is a chance it might go off. No one wants a mouthful of airbag unnecessarily.

However it should be possible to unbolt the airbag and fit in the navigation dash without modifying anything. When you then go back to normal driving refit the airbag.

The GPS is USB and sits on the dash right at the bottom of the windscreen. I have maps which show the tracks, but they only work on windows or android, hence my want for the Android on the RPi.

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