Tim Klus shared on Thingiverse:
Atari 800 Raspberry pi 2 case. I will upload pics of the print. hoping to print one this weekend.
I have updated the files and added “mouse ears” to keep the print from warping upward.
I found it best to print both top and bottom with the outside up.
the spacer goes on the left rear corner for bolting the pi down. holes are set for using 4-40 screws. 3 nylon screws to bolt the pi to the lower case and 4 screws for bolting the halves together.
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