This is my first console design for a Raspberry Pi case modeled after the Nintendo Wii. Just like the Wii, it has a door at the top to hide and access the USB and Ethernet ports.
To assemble the parts, you’ll need four M3 screws that are 10-12mm long to attach the Pi mount and the USB port covers to the shell. You’ll also need four M2.5 screws that are 5mm long below the head. This part is important since the tolerances on everything is a little tight. Speaking of tolerances as well it’s important to print the door with little infill so it can flex in to place, if you’re having trouble, try something like nylon or PETG instead.
download the files on: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2543640
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