Raspberry Pi DIN rail mount

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Raspberry Pi DIN rail mount by simonx Jan 17, 2013
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A simple DIN rail mount for a Raspberry Pi Model B.

I derived the DIN clip from Wildseyed's Mightex LED Driver DIN Rail Mount Clip, which is was a simple slide on design.


I printed this at 0.15mm on my Up Plus printer at Normal setting. It uses about 5gms of ABS and takes about 30 minutes to print.

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Like it. wish the Pis I have were the newer versions with the mounting holes.
(They should have made it 10% bigger and made it more useable and the connectors on one side instead of the octopus it is now. Its supposed to be for kids to learn on. I think the first thing they are going to learn is what a short circuit is. :) ))