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October 13, 2016 AT 8:00 am

PI Case with fan #3DPrinting #3DThursday

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Tripnutz shared this project on Thingiverse!

By far my most favorite case to date. Small, compact, and interesting. The only screws required are to mount the 40mm fan in to opening. I used 4 #4 x .375 Phillips flat head sheet metal screws. I still need to c-sink the holes to mount it from the pictures. The bottom is just snap in so you may need to adjust scale if you have any issues but mine was spot on. This is for the people that want to show off their PI and not just hide it 🙂 I can add IO pin cutouts if anyone would like them or the other 2 ribbon cable connections but as I see it this is all you need for displaying your Pi. I did test my hdmi cable and micro usb plugs and there is plenty of clearance. There is a chance some of those more clunky cheap style cables may cause interference but I suggest just get some nicer cables.

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