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Pibow Belt Base for Raspberry Pi by pburgess

PiBowBelt

On Thingiverse: Pibow Belt Base for Raspberry Pi by pburgess:

Alternate ‘Layer 0’ for Pibow case simplifies wearable Raspberry Pi projects.

Instructions

REQUIRES PIBOW CASE – this is ONLY a replacement bottom layer. Laser cut from 3mm (1/8″) acrylic.

The belt is made from 1.5″ nylon webbing (better-equipped hardware, sewing or camping stores will stock this and related fittings), but it’s also perfectly suited to most camera straps if you have a DSLR + Raspberry Pi project in mind. The USB battery pack is an item from the Adafruit shop, held in place with cable ties.

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1 Comment

  1. Would be a cool item to stock.

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