I am totally new to 3D printing and was very interested in the Rasberry Pi Gameboy project. So, I started looking for places that could print the case. It turns out in my own backyard we have a local community college based “Fab Lab” which is open to the public. They were able to print the Pi Boy case, and it turned out amazing.
Just wanted to share the results with you!
Looks great, and am looking forward to completing the project.
Thanks again for all the wonderful work you guys do!
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