Thank you, Justin, for sharing your awesome custom cyberdeck! Justin writes:
I built a custom cyberdeck from the ground up with custom
sheet metal, laser cut acrylic, raspberry pi 4, waveshare 12.3 wide
touchscreen, 12v battery, and custom 3d printed parts.
I styled it after a retro corpo briefcase computer from a fictional
cyberpunk setting which was then “acquired” by a punk and modified to suit their needs.
A few highlights:
3d printed “constant force joints” – based on Bornity design
Sheet metal from Sendcutsend
Acrylic from Ponoko
All unused IO access on side of case
Files published on page, Full Cad on Onshape
Don’t miss the full writeup on Hackaday and check out Conceptual Hardware’s video on YouTube
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