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kevan
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Lego Blade Chassis

Sun Jul 15, 2012 5:43 pm

My work in progress blade chassis:

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The lower hinge locks the Pi in place. The upper hinge swings out of the way of the HDMI connector.
The frame isn't rigid enough for my liking yet, I think I am going to need a rear panel with access holes for the CD cards.

Any better ideas for Eben and Liz minifigures are most welcome.

obarthelemy
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Re: Lego Blade Chassis

Sun Jul 15, 2012 6:37 pm

Very nice !

thexman
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Re: Lego Blade Chassis

Sun Jul 15, 2012 7:36 pm

my assembled Yoctoouce case hold 3 Pi or more with longer threded m3 bolts. :) :D :D :D Image

ENJOY

i think 10 should be max in this style
one armed controls engineer, my grammar is bad but lets face it most keyboards don't suit a one armed man

jdpmacav
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Re: Lego Blade Chassis

Tue Jul 24, 2012 4:13 pm

kevan wrote:My work in progress blade chassis:

Image

The lower hinge locks the Pi in place. The upper hinge swings out of the way of the HDMI connector.
The frame isn't rigid enough for my liking yet, I think I am going to need a rear panel with access holes for the CD cards.

Any better ideas for Eben and Liz minifigures are most welcome.
Thanks for the great idea! I'm going to attempt a similar design once my raspberry pi comes in.

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