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January 21, 2014 AT 7:17 am

3D printed case for Adafruit PiTFT for @Raspberry_Pi #raspberrypi #3D

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Here’s a preview of something we’re working on, a 3D printed case for Adafruit PiTFT!


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5 Comments

  1. Awesome… Sign me up!

  2. Bonus points if the new case supports micro-SD adapters, such as the one you sell — you don’t have to be able to insert/remove the micro-SD in the adapter, just have enough clearance in the case so the micro-SD in an adapter can be used and the Pi board still sit properly in the case.

    Looking forward to using this case, or one like it!

  3. Very nice. If each case is made on demand please provide customization options so you can select for example not to have the button holes, NTSC/hdmi output etc. or perhaps an option to make the case deeper so an input/output board of some type can be added. Say, I’d like an extra inch added in the back, or two. I’m not talking about having a set of available designs, but a customized design generated on the fly and printed.

  4. I’ve been looking forward to this since I purchased my PiTFT and Cobbler Kit.

    I must echo Bob’s comment about the micro SD card adaptor. It would be great to use the low profile Adafruit micro SD adaptor board that I purchased with this case (I didn’t realise it would be such a tight fit in the Pi Box…I should have researched first, but I was just too excited 😉 ). Other than the button holes on the wrong side, which I’m certain you’ve already noticed, it looks great. Don’t forget the slot on the side for the GPIO cable on the SD card slot side though!

  5. Exactly the design I was hoping for. Excellent job!

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