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Google AIY Voice Kit Case

by major_tomm May 9, 2017
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Hi. Is it possible to make a case for the aiy vision kit?

Hi, unfortunately the AIY Vision kit hasn't been released over here so I won't be able to.

Hi!
How did you attach the lid to the base? I'm looking for a way to firmly close the case with the lid. Nevertheless, I would like to be able to open the case again if needed.

Any suggestitions how to achieve that?

My printer tolerances meant the posts on the lid were a tight friction fit with the base. You could always add some tape to the posts or base to tighten things up?

Hi! Awesome contribution!
Is it possible to have the original cardboard holes for raspberry pi ports?
https://aiyprojects.withgoogle.com/static/images/aiy-projects-voice/assembly/together-3.jpg

Hi randome, I opted to leave the access to ports off my design as I wasn't sure how 3D printers would deal with bridging gaps that large and didn't want to deal with supports. I run headless so it wasn't an issue for me. You could always cut/drill the holes in afterwards?

It depends on the 3D printer quality, It would be awesome if you could post the 3D model with the holes.

I've been playing with supports on our printer with some success so I'll have a look and see what I can do! What ports do you want access to? HDMI and USB, all 4 or just a pair?

It would be awesome to have all of them like the original cardboard box, so I can connect the raspberry pi to other peripherals while I'm using it for Google AIY.
Maybe the MicroSD hole is not needed.

Any news about this?

Sorry haven't had time to look at it. I'll try in the next couple of days.

I've been playing with supports on our printer with some success so I'll have a look and see what I can do! What ports do you want access to? HDMI and USB, all 4 or just a pair?

Thanks for this - I had mine printed (I don't have a 3D printer - yet) through 3DHubs.com and it looks great!

The only issue I had was with the pins in the base - they were too thick for the mount holes on the Raspberry Pi. So I cut them off and put some simple fillers (using thick tape) on three sides, to keep the Pi in place. (BTW, the pins for the microphone board actually worked perfectly for me.)

They were designed to be too small so I suspect it's all down to which printer/slicer is used. Would love to see a 'make' if you have photos!

Yep, but as I mentioned, I got it working perfectly anyway. :)

I was already doing the "make" - now with better looking preview :)

Wow nice work! Wasn't expecting a case to be on here yet as it's only been out a few days :)

My kit came without the cardboard case so I had a bit of incentive

Does anyone have an .stl with all raspberry pi port holes?

There's a remix with exactly what you need.