i made my own case for raspi 4. i like it and it looks pretty good.
i used screw for everything first i designed this but ppl was kidding my big flat screw and told myself do something clear looking and went with 2x6mm cylinder magnets. they hold pretty good. well forgot to add if you gonna print you still need screws but feet are not neccessary. its up to you. i used dust filter for fan because hexagon or something like that for grid is beyond my skills for now. raspberry and fan sit pretty solid if you ask me. but if you dont like the way i went, i ll add fusion360 file. btw i ll add some more different designs for feet later.
im not totally happy with upper cover, will do some changes when i finish my current print jobs. also if you like design and want to contribute, you r free to do anything you want 🙂
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