Raspberry Pi Toster

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Raspberry Pi Toster by Skimbal Mar 26, 2018
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The happy little toaster conceals a Raspberry Pi and Pi Camera. It's my favourite Pi case for running Octoprint, because everyone ask why there is a tiny toaster in with my 3D Printers!

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I just had a full blown fan girl moment that you are using my software

You make awesome software!

Very, very cool!! A Pi from my stack will definitely go into this at some point.

Also, always nice to see more of your work about!

Why would you share parts in an unprintable (or, at least problematic) orientation? Sure, it's trivial to rotate a part 90 degrees in software, but noobs will have trouble with that, and it's unnecessary. Maybe I'm missing something?

Good point, I might go back and update these files at some point... Even years later I still get hilarious comments on the Lego Men about the hips not printing correctly