Hello and thank you for the response,
I modeled the keyboard so that the raspberry pi will essentially "drop in" to the upper right corner of the keyboard. This location seemed to make the most sense at the time because it lessoned the amount of additional ports that would have to be installed (ethernet and usb's). I'm currently awaiting a 3D print job that should arrive in the mail tomorrow. The print job was a test to see how the profile in the top left corner of the board accepts the raspberri pi. Ill post pics tomorrow if it comes. As far as the rest, to prop the keyboard up, that will be easy to model in without moving the raspberry pi to the other side. My plan was to do that once the profile of the container accepts the pi perfectly. Ideally though, the container will have:
- External GPIO pins accessible from one of the top coroners
- 4 USB jacks, HDMI, RCA, and 3.5 mm audio jacks, and USB power jack in the back
- SD access from the bottom of the board in which a cutout in the model sits flush with the SD card's bracket.
It would be the perfect prototyping platform