Based on "Star Trek TOS - Desk Intercomm" by Shipbrook: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3314767
A fun case for an RPi Zero, and I am shooting to make an intercom w/RPi to be compatible with VoIP.
Note that the YMMV with the button and LED combo, it has proved difficult to execute.
One more file to add: a case that will be wall mountable instead of the desktop version.
Folgertech 2020 Prusa i3 AL
- ClothGasket needs supports. 0:30 Print Time
1a. The PlasticGasket (really should be PlasticGrill) takes a long time to slice and is about a 2 hour print.
- Intercomm Base printed with the back as the first layer, not the base. Use "lay flat" to position to Slice. (The IntercommBase-A has a USB port to the rear, which only fits if the board is hardwired with no connector). 2:30 Print Time
- Intercomm Front printed with the face as the first layer.
- Intercomm Button I printed with Translucent.
For the USB Power I soldered two pins for only power and ground to a "USB Micro-B Breakout and then the two wires to the back of the Pi Zero. For the "A" version, there is not enough room to allow for the connector pins, and soldering the usb data pins is tricky business:
Gnd = PP6
+5 = PP1
USB Connector (difficult)
Gnd = PP5 or GPIO Pin 39
+5V = GPIO Pin 2
D+ = PP22
D- = PP23
I use pins soldered and bent over at 40, 38, 36 and 34 for the LED and pushbutton switch.
Raspberry Pi Zero W
Headers and Wire Jumpers (Optional so board can be removed)
Female MICRO USB to DIP 5-Pin Pinboard 2.54mm micro USB type
Pushbutton, LED, 470 and 220 Ohm resisters