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Orange Pi Zero Case

by wywywywy Dec 5, 2016
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Basically perfect... Even fits the tiny heatsink I stole from a dead TP-Link ADSL modem.

I closed up the header hole before printing mine because I won't be using it for this project, and I just don't like exposed pins when I don't need them.

Great case, but could you please also make a version of the top covers with the solder-on two-row header open, so that we can hook up peripherals to that one, too? Thank you.

Would a 40mm fan work for active cooling...I know the little quad core processor can get hot fast...even with a decent heatsink tied to it

Very awesome design!

Thanks.

There isn't enough space to put a 40mm fan inside the case. I suppose you could mount one on top, but I personally just attached a heatsink to the chip and it has never overheated on me, so I suggest you try that first.

By the way I have another Orange Pi Zero case for use with the expansion board if you're interested.

Orange Pi Zero + Expansion Board Case

if you got this working with octoprint would you mind using something like win32diskimager and just rip the image? I just bought one but looking through the guides to get everything working is looking like a nightmare.

These are the instructions to follow - https://github.com/foosel/OctoPrint/wiki/Setup-on-a-Raspberry-Pi-running-Raspbian

Although the page is quite long, it is really easier than it looks.

Sorry I can't make an image of mine because mine has more than just Octoprint and there's also personal information on it.

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