I wanted to create a stand for a Pi Zero 'extreme cooling' project. The legs provide additional stability allowing larger cooling solutions to be placed on the Pi Zero / Pi Zero W.
Many thanks to tjredhawke for his original design. It saved me a great deal of fuss in working out the Pi Zero base mount and provided an excellent first project for someone who is new to the 3D printing and modeling space.
Also, for those curious, the heatsink pictured can be purchased here.
Version 1.1 now available. This design is universal, and will now work with all Raspberry Pi 2/3/4/Zero models. You can even place a Pi 2/3/4 on top and Pi Zero/W on the bottom!
Due to how the part is oriented, I've opted not to include spacers in the design. For any models other than the Zero/Zero W, a spacer of some sort will be necessary between the board and the stand due to the topography of the underside of those boards. I've opted to place a standard M3 nut in this space and the spacing is perfect.
4x M2.5 Bolts
4x M2.5 Nuts
4x Appropriate Spacers (if needed)
30% infill was definitely overkill, but I prefer to err on the side of caution.