Hey folks! In this weeks layer by layer, we’re taking a look at creating a 3d printed enclosure for the Raspberry Pi Zero. In this tutorial, we’ll use our Autodesk Fusion 360 board template to make a simple enclosure using sketch dimensions so you can customize the design to fit your projects.
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