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Classic Game Station

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Classic Game Station by depthperfection Mar 13, 2017

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Classic Game Station Enclosure

This is an enclosure intended to be used with the Raspberry Pi Zero and MakerSpot Stackable USB Hub.

For background, assembly details, and additional information, check out:

http://www.classicgamestation.com

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Notes:

You'll need to print the enclosure (either enclosure.stl or enclosure-anti-warping.stl) and cover.

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  • The cover will probably need a small amount of support on the underside of the recessed screw hole.
  • The enclosure itself may need some support within the HDMI port opening (in the back) and/or the SD card slot on the side.
Warping / Curling

If you're printing in ABS (or other materials prone to warping), you may want to try enclosure-anti-warping.stl. The tabs can help prevent the corners from curling up, and are quite easy to remove after printing.

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Actually I was looking for a case to put a Pi Zero W and USB hub for an Octopi print server but with this I could also unplug it, swap out the SD card and be playing games in a couple of minutes .... sweet

Sounds like a good plan :) Thanks for the comment!

I printed this out yesterday in black, assembled it and installed Octopi on the Zero W and it's running it's first print as I type this. It looks good sitting next to the printer and it takes up little space. I'll definitely recommend this to people looking to set up an Octopi print server with a Pi Zero W. I have about $35 invested counting the SD card and I have a nice 5V 2.4A power supply with a 5 ft cord with a switch left over (The printer already has a 5V 3A supply) for a Pi 3 project.

I have seen a couple of articles describing how to make a 'soft' power on/power down with a momentary switch and some code. It might be something to look into to really give this a professional touch and save from borking the SD card from not shutting down the Pi properly

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