MP Select Mini 75mm VESA Mount (for Pi case)

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MP Select Mini 75mm VESA Mount (for Pi case) by j4c3 Aug 13, 2016
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9/3/2016 Update: I reworked the frames and mounting bracket. There is more space between the parts, so they should fit together easier. I put the larger cutouts all on the same side, so it should print cleaner. And, I fixed a few of the screw-holes.

One 3 hole and two 9 hole frames will Cover the back of the Mini.

I used 12mm m3 bolts to secure my Pi to the mount. 10mm with standard nuts might work, too. The screws are 3/4inch #4.

For front mounting I use this: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1764077

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I used a .8 shell thickness. V2 is smaller, so the skirt/brim size and distance should be less of an issue.

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Whats the point of the three hole one?

Two 9 and one 3 fill up the entire height of the tower area on the Mini. You can see it if you expand the image of the printed one.

what size screws are you using to hold everything together?

I'm not at home to check, but I think the summary is correct with what I had used. 12mm m3 bolts to secure my Pi to the mount and 3/4 inch #4 screws to connect the frame parts together.

m3 bolts will also work for connecting the frame parts together as long as you're careful to make sure the holes line up

Very cool. I have a mostly-stock MP Select Mini using Cura 15.04.6, and noticed when I load this it appears to "fit", but goes grey as if it exceeds allowable printable dimensions, and was wondering if I have to do something special to get this to print?

This is likely your brim or skirt. You'd want to reduce the distance of the skirt from the model, or the width of the birm, and it should fit.

That was totally it. Brim was eating up the "edge room". Many thanks j4c3!

Where's the actual Pi case you have there?

This is the one pictured: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:922740

This also fits for older Pi models: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:608169

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