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<7$ Raspberry Housing, Case, NAS, Server with 0.96 OLED Display showing stats (plus 30mm fan Version/passive cooling Version/DIY top)

by SolarGermany Jun 23, 2018
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I would also like to print the top with display and fan, but it is missing in the archive.
Pity...
Please re-up it, please

One like this was also built into the old Top... I would have recommended this time however rather a 40mm fan! Because the 30mm fans are quite loud...

Greetings SG

You're right, these fans are really loud.
Of course, some 40mm fans are still around here, waiting for meaningful use. ;-)

The new fan top is online! The fan grille will be available tomorrow...

https://www.thingiverse.com/download:6357215

Greetings SG

Wonderful - thank you - there are again print jobs during the Easter holiday.

Thank you

I'm afraid I lost the files! If you are patient until the next weekend, I will create the display / fan top again (so you can still express wishes e.g. about the fan size).

I would like to use a fan as used on the E3D Hotend. Think this would fit well by the measure - and I still have some of it left over

Many thanks in advance.

You made a great job with this project. Congratulations!

Could you please upload the file LET_Raspberry_Pi_3_096_OLED_top with 30mm_Fan_active_cooling_top.
And I have another question for you, the OLED back cap is the same with 30mm_Fan_Cap? (If not, could you please upload also?)

Thanks in advance!

Adrian B.

Well, I tried. I think I followed your instructions properly. When I run "python stats.py" get a return of "python: can't open file 'stats.py': [Errno 2] No such file or directory". I ran the find command for stats.py and found three instances of the file. I tried running the "python stats.py" command for each directory that contained a for stats.py file but got no return or and error. Any suggestions?

I like the design of the case.
Dave F.

I think something went wrong for you at this command (seems like your folder not there):

git clone https://github.com/adafruit/Adafruit_Python_SSD1306.git

Greetings SG

I printed this with the OLED topper last night and it looks like it will work great. I may reprint the R-Pi enclosure with supports because my bridging failed on the USB/LAN port cutouts. I will post the make later when I get home.

My only question was why the grid of circles on the inside of the top? They don't detract from the design in any way, I just am not sure what they add to it either.

Nice design and perfect for an almost "headless" pi setup!

The circles don't really make sense! A little stability they bring...

& THX for your upcoming make!

Greetings SG

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