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Do Not Hack Badger Case #3DPrinting #3DThursday

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BookSwapSteve shared this project on Thingiverse!

This is a case for a Raspberry Pi based label printer (badger).

The rear section of the case houses the raspberry Pi, the front section a RFID sensor and a Dymo LabelWrtiter 450 drops on top and is held in place by the lip. All cables are hidden inside the case except for one or two external power supplies.

It is for use in my local MakeSpace to allow members to use their RFID door key to print a “Do Not Hack” label for things they are leaving in the space.

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