Raspberry Pi Zero Case with snap fit design, no screws required.
“Coin slot” provided to prise lid open.
Vented lid version available to let the Pi breath. The version 2 of the shell now has 0.1mm smaller PCB pegs to allow a less snug fit, making it easier to get the Pi in and out the case, more forgiving on print tolerances too.
download the files on: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1167846
At first glance, the Pi Zero isn’t much. It just looks like a slimmed down version of the Raspberry Pi we know and love. But when we started to think of the possibilities – and what a well-chosen set of accessories could add – we realized the appeal. And then we saw the price…could it be true? Yes!
This is the slimmest, most pared down Raspberry Pi to date. It’s kind of like the little cousin to the Pi 2 – with just a micro SD card slot, a mini HDMI port, two micro USB ports (one for power, one for USB), and 512MB of RAM. It has a single-core 1 GHz processor chip, similar to the Pi A+ and B+. Check out our writeup on the Pi Zero over at the Adafruit Learning System
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