Bastian Neumann shared on Thingiverse:
A mounting frame for the official Raspberry Pi Display with capacitive touch sensor. Flip the PI upside down to get it packed tighter and bend the 5V supply pins like you see in the picture. Fold the ribbon cable so it does not bend!
Print the holder and use double sided sticky foam to mount to the wall. hang the frame onto the holder.
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