Here you’ll find the case I designed for my Raspberry Pi 3. I use it as a media center (Kodi), and wanted some esthetic case with a good cooling system. I like the Mac Pro design and thought it would be nice to have such case for the Raspberry Pi. Here is my version.
There is a 5V Noctua fan NF A4X10 on the bottom of the case for silent and efficient cooling. It is screewed on the fixing plate using 4x20mm screws and correponding bolts.
The uploaded part are from the version 4.0. The pictures I took are older (version 3.0). There are slight improvements on this last version, like a better cable fixation system, or a system to lock the Raspberry Pi support in place when moving the case.
Fill free to send me a message if you want some more details or the STEP files for modifications. 🙂
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