Kevinkahn shared this project on Thingiverse
This was created to provide a case/stand for a bedside console that controls home automation using Universal Devices ISY-994 via a Raspberry Pi with an Adafruit 3.5″ PiTFT. The related software is at https://github.com/kevinkahn/softconsole but of course the case could be used for any RPi+PiTFT application. Printed successfully in ABS. All screws are metric M2.5. The short screws that hold the Pi to the case are 12 mm. The long screws that hold the display are 28mm. The screws that are used in the stand are also 12mm. The screws that secure the lid are 10mm but 12s or 8s would probably also work fine.
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