This is a case for a small retro-radio powered by Logitech Media Server. It uses a raspberry pi zero W and displays a radio dial (tunes via a knob), a clock and Now Playing album art.
Fusion 360 design archive files included so you can customize or scale up.
Complete build tutorial on hackster.io
UPDATE: December 22, 2018
Added a long-form post on my blog - http://thisoldgeek.blogspot.com/2018/12/miniz-tiny-streaming-radio-based-on_23.html
This details the wanderings and experiments I did before I finished the project.
I printed this on my small/slow MonoPrice Mini Select v2.
- Face - 6.5 hours
- Case - 11.5 hours
- Dial Bezel - 1 hour
- Knobs (optional, 2 needed) - 1 hour
Post-processing required: gluing the face to case, sanding, glue bezel into place. You will probably want to paint the dial bezel. I used XTC-3D to smooth out the case and bezel
- Speed; 40mm/sec
- Temp: 200 C
- Bed: 60 C
I set the temp 10C lower than usual because the case warped at higher temps.
- Case - Everywhere; "may" need a raft
- Face - Probably you can print face down with just a brim
Remove Support Material from grille
This is tedious - took about 20 minutes of careful work.
First, break the support material free.
Press/pull the support material starting from the center to the edges.
Press the material to check that it's mostly free, then pull firmly from the center. If done properly, you get a big chunk of support material out. Clean out the rest with xacto knife.
Starting the support removal
Chunk of support removed