I integrated a raspberry pi inside of the CR-10 electronics case.
Cut a 54mm x 20mm hole 11mm from the top and 40mm from the back of the case.
Epoxy pi mount in place. I don’t have measurements of where the mount should be placed as I kind of winged it by attaching the pi to the mount and then placing it where it needed to be.
Epoxy the IO cover to the outside of the case.
Note: The raspberry pi is placed directly over the cable tie mount. The mount will still be usable after installation the wires will just have to be run under the pi.
download the files on: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2481483
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