September 12, 2014 AT 1:00 am
Raspberry Pi Music Player housing with LCD by Stargrove1 #3DPrinting #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Raspberry Pi Music Player housing with LCD by Stargrove1, shared on Thingiverse:
Housing for a Raspberry Pi with front LCD and USB soundcard. All relevant connectors are accessible except audio out and composite video.
Running “volumio” as Media Player, MPDLCD controls the LCD (guide available from AndyPi), controlled by smartphone with MPDroid.
Raspberry Pi B
LCD (from old device), faceplate is printed separately and could be modified for other LCDs
2 M3 x 6 screws
2 M3 x 10 flat head screws
Optional BT Dongle
Print all parts, faceplate and bottom could be modified for use of different LCD. All parts were printed in PLA with a layerhight of 0.3 mm. Support for SD slot must be removed after printing.
Soundcard must be disassambled to fit to the housing.
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