Raspberry Pi Case

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Raspberry Pi Case by Lightshow74 Feb 5, 2013
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A base Raspberry Pi case created in OpenSCAD. Wanted a simple base that could be used to build up more complex cases.
The hole for the power cable is a little small so a standard phone charger isn't very tight.


I printed this using the default medium setting in Makerware.
Infill: 10
Shells: 2
Layer Height: 0.27
No supports.

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Is this for the model B pi?

It is. It's a bit tight in places and I have never revisited a method for clipping the halves together but the placement of connections should be close. Keen to hear if anyone makes improvements. This was intended as a starting point for more interesting styles.

So far its looks great but only problem is it doesnt hook togeather that well which is a big downer any way to improve it without printing a new one?

The top half seems to be upside down for me? So I flipped it. You can get the STL file for a flipped top half of the shell from here:


Thanks Lightshow74!

Raspberry Pi Case (flipped top part)
by kinezo

thanks worked very well for me