—Notice: I’ve identified a minor issue with the design. Please don’t print this yet. Depending on the manufacturer of the 4021 DIP, it may interfere with the micro SD slot on the Pi, causing the case to not close fully. I’ll make the back a little deeper to fix it.—
This is my design of a replacement back for a Nintendo NES-004 Controller, for use with a Raspberry Pi Zero V1.2 or V1.3 running RetroPie. The Pi is held securely in place with four M2.5 x 5 mm plastic screws (McMaster-Carr 96817A890 or similar), and the case is held together the original screws (or, if you lose them, McMaster-Carr 96817A846). Print with support inside the recesses for the case screws. Screw holes in the printed part are dimensioned and spaced correctly, but should be reamed clean with a #45 drill for a precise fit.
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