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Rasp Pi 3 Air Case by Ben Hawkins #3DThursday #3DPrinting

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The Raspberry Pi 3 Air Case is designed to allow the maximum amount of air possible into the case for cooling.

It supports heatsinks on top and bottom of the Pi board as well as many small to medium size GPIO expansion boards.

The ideal application for this case is a Pi that is under high workload or overclocked and requires good air flow through the case for cooling.

No tools are required for assembly and the case is held together by friction.

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