Box used for containing one raspberry pi 3 and 3 SSR with heatsink.
This particular one is running CraftBeerPi
I also used these things
Fan to be used is an 80x15mm fan
Also used a scale down version of the feets because the screws that hold my SSR heatsink in place are longer that then box, so I used these on the undesider.
Strain relief, scaled to 119% https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:744570
Fan grill https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:706812
08.10.2017 Uploaded a new STL of Electronic box V47, this includes the chamfers on the RPi outlet ports, and also added 2 more ports for cables going through. Uploaded “Cable Hole Block V47_untested” so you can plug the once you dont want to use. ( Secure with glue. )
06.10.2017. Uploaded “Cable going throughv45.stl” to be used instead of “Cable usb and two sensors.stl” I have not test printed it but I assume it will work with wires around 3.5mm, must ofc be printed in TPU to be able to bend it open to insert cable.
06.10.2017 Fusion 360 file contains a small change to the RPi ports opening, added an small chamfer as I had to file the edge to make it fit.
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