Raspberry Pi Pc braket

by Sneekystick Oct 5, 2018
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could you makes one for Rock Pi 4, needs some adjustments because of the heat sink

Unfortunately I do not have that version of the Pi. If you would like you could send me the Pi's measurements and I'll gladly make one for you. Just know it would take a couple weeks due to my busy schedule and the slight back log I have. You can message me directly through Thingiverce for any questions and enhanced discussions.

Hello Sneekystick
The Rock Pi 4 has the same dimensions as the Raspberry Pi 3 which should change are the anchor points, in this version for the Raspyberry has 2 anchoring plates that are on the bottom of the plate.
It would be necessary to change the position of these 2 points and add the other 2 anchor points, this is neccessary because the Rock Pi 4 has a quande heatsink at the bottom.
Please enter the website of the Radxa wiki and look for (3D drawing STP) you will find a 3d model of the board and I recommend looking for the photos of the board with the big heatsink so you can see what is necessary to modify in your model.
After the modification this model will remain compatible with the Raspberry Pi 3 the change are few.
thanks for listening

Any way to rotate the orientation of the pi so the Ethernet port is facing out? And maybe flip it so the micro usb power is facing away from the mobo? I was thinking about using an internal usb header to power it.

I just found it. Man that's really cool.

No problem. If there's any issues let me know. :)

Thank you for this thing! Thumbs up to you!

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This is really cool, what about a another that points the Ethernet and USBs out? I have my Pi as a headless device and don't need the HDMI.

Shouldn't be too difficult to do, when I get some time I'll get started on that. :)

Love the idea! I'd be concerned at the lack of support for the Pi with only one mount point. If you press on the HDMI what happens to the Pi? If it's okay, I'd suggest maybe a second 'tang' for the lower half and maybe a way to use mechanical fixings to hold the Pi to the bracket? Awesome project though :D

Awesome, I'll get started on that right away. Thank you for the feedback!