December 29, 2016 AT 12:00 pm

Raspberry Pi and 7″ Display case #3DThursday #3DPrinting


From Metropolitan on Thingiverse:

My Raspberry Pi 7″ Display case and stand.

This case offer space for:

  • Raspberry Pi 2
  • 7″ Display
  • 2x Loudspeaker ( Visaton K28.40 )
  • small fan 25mmx25mmx6.5mm (MFB25B-05)
  • Sound amplifier
  • Pot. for adjusting the sound
  • Power Supply (Input is 12V= used for the amplifier. a 78S05 creates the 5V for the Raspberry and display).

As you can see on the pictures everything fits nicely into the box.

The Memory Card can be accessed from the rear. No need to unscrew the case!

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