hi james you dont buy it its a free download file for solidworks and you get a 3d printer to make it for you hows that for freeJamieR wrote:The nicest looking case i've seen so far is this one http://solidworksbootcamp.com/raspberry ... enclosure/ But it don't seem like you can buy it :/
Rurwin ,rurwin wrote:But no one who may be considered "official" has ever drawn a 3D model of the board. If they drew one now, they would have just as much chance of cocking it up as you would. They may also not use sufficient accuracy for your needs, nor the right file format.
Therefore, if you need a 3D model, you're the best person for the job.
No, but I might mess with that this weekend. I'd have to upgrade my case to a larger tackle box, though.Daz555 wrote:Has anyone done a case yet where they have moved/replicated all the ports so that they are on one side of the case (like say a typical router). Pi is a bit of a mess with cables sticking out on all sides with the cases we see right now.
I've gone with the lego option for now.
I think the photos on http://www.thepishop/pihousebuild.htm are correct because they were taken during a real build without moving the parts.markb wrote: If you look at the instructions at stage 6 you put the supports in place, then at stage 7 you are supposed to put in the board - notice how the support nearest to the SD card has suddenly moved to the right.
How did you make those?MINKIN2 wrote:Hi Guys,
I started to look around the house to see if there was anything that could be re-purposed for the Pi board and came up with a couple of simple concept designs
Atari CX – Ri typeB
Rasberry Pi Pod case
Ok the last one was just for fun. But I would like to re use one of my battered Pac Man cases if possible. I kept the label design just in case.
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