3D Print This Sweet Raspberry Pi(e) Case #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Finally! A 3D printed case for your Raspberry Pi that actually looks like Raspberry Pie. via fabbaloo
Printing the case is straightforward; it is only two parts that snap together easily. The more tricky part is to properly finish the case. In the image at top, you can see that the print has been carefully painted to bring out the appearance of fresh-baked pastry. In fact, depending on how fine you’ve printed this case, you might even want to consider sanding to top section to ensure it has a very smooth surface. The game here, obviously, is to make the case look as much like a pie as possible.
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