TARDIS Raspberry PI 3 case
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I am setting up a linux desktop for my Son using a raspberry pi 3, but I wanted a meaningful case for him....
Since my Son really loves Dr. Who, I modified this TARDIS to allow the mounting of a pi3 inside it. Holes had to be cut into the right side to allow hdmi out, and the windows in the rear had the window panes removed to allow USB cables to exit. There are also 4 circular holes in the rear to allow you to place (optional) nuts for the screws to screw into.
There are two files now:
"Tardis_PI3_case_1.stl", this is the original, as pictured in this thing. I have printed it and it works fine.
- Tardis_PI3_case_2_experimental.stl", this is the new version, the only change is that the side ports are enclosed around the top (power, hdmi, etc have no gaps around them anymore). This should make it look nicer, BUT I have not printed this, so I can't say that it will work. My worry about enclosing the top is that the pi3 may not side into position, which is why my first version didn't enclose the top. If you print this, let me know!
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