I’ve been following Andrew’s progress on Instagram and enjoying his build progress. He’s doing some interesting multi-color techniques that take advantage of 0-bottom layer via slice settings to embed infill patterns into the case. This gives the enclosure a sweet looking triangular texture. Then, by pausing the print job and swapping out the filament for a different color, you can achieve a multi-colored case. He’s also made his own modifications like stripping the USB adapter and embedding it into the case, affectively replacing the USB port for a headphone jack. This is exactly what I like seeing from the maker community!
This is my build video and review of the PiGRRL Zero project from Adafruit. I highly recommend this project to everyone! Especially if you love retro games like me!
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