October 8, 2015 AT 11:00 am

Stand for Pimoroni’s Pi case #3DPrinting


Nao Abe shared on Thingiverse:

DISPLAY STAND FRAME for Pimoroni’s Raspberry Pi Official 7inch TouchScreen case

This display stand frame was designed for Raspberry Pi Official 7 inch TouchScreen with PIMORONI’s acrylic resin frame.
It is substitutive part for PIMORONI’s acrylic triangular cutouts in brief.
— instruction for assembling.
Please print 8 kinds of STL files out and joint each other.
Some pictures and a cad data file will be for your reference.
—data files .
-cad data file for “AUTODESK 123D DESIGN”

-STL files for 3D Printing.
…. attention.
Carrying handle was designed for temporary using only.
It’s not for any heavy duty works.



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