Raspberry Pi Display Case by Florin #3DPrinting


Florin Tobler shared on Thingiverse:

Raspberry Pi Display Case

A simple display case for the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B. I used a 3.5inch touchscreen LCD, which is purchased from ebay. Link and guide is listed below.

The micro SD card is accessible from outside. A special feature is, that it is held in place, even when the spring loaded mechanism of the sd slot fails (which happened here).

The raspi is entirely passive cooled. I have not used a heat sink or a fan.

Do not print assembly.stl. I have three different top parts. I only used and printed that width the display. I used some weak glue to bind the parts together.



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