RPI3 2600 (raspberry pi 3 enclosure)
by HauntFreaks, published
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EDIT: made some adjustments to the base model for a better fit...
I always planned on modeling a Atari2600 case for a pi,... I was about to start from scratch, when I did a search here on thingiverse... there were two models, one from a few years ago, and a new one that the bottom half was for the RPI3
I could have just used those models, but I wanted a bit more detail, and access to the SD card, (neither had that)..... so I remodeled the meshes back into solids, and made all the necessary resizing and adjustments... ....I also wanted more detail added to the faceplate, and wanted it easier to print, so I made it separate from the top.... I also wanted the top hollowed out for switches, LED's or whatever... one last detail I added was the RPI3 (atari logo) ..... anyway, I was hoping I didn't have to reinvent the wheel, but in the end I "kinda" did....
"THIS IS FOR NON-COMMERCIAL USE, THAT MEANS NO F**KEN EBAY, ETSY, FLEA MARKETS OR WHEREVER ELSE.... AGAIN THIS IS NOT TO BE SOLD IN ANY WAY SHAPE OR FORM".... YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE YOU SCUMBAGS!!!
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