Get Technabob in Your Mailbox Every Day! Join our Mailing List!
subscribe to our rss feedsubscribe via e-mailfollow technabob on twittertechnabob facebook fan pageGoogle+follow us in feedly
Follow Us:

3D Printed Raspberry Pi Raspberry Case: Fruit of the Loom


We’ve seen pies with fruit inside. Instructables member Rick Winscot created a fruit with a whole Pi inside. Rick designed and printed a case for the Raspberry Pi that looks just like the Raspberry Pi Foundation logo.

3d-printed-raspberry-pi-raspberry-case-by-rick-winscotzoom in

Before you grab your 3D printer, just know that you’ll have to do more than print the case and stuff a Raspberry Pi inside. You’ll have to get some spare USB connectors and power adapter jacks, then solder those bits and fit them onto the base. You’ll then connect those to the Raspberry Pi’s ports, which will stick out of the bottom of the case. That way the whole thing can sit upright just like in Rick’s picture. You’ll also have to get magnets to secure the leafy lid.

3d-printed-raspberry-pi-raspberry-case-by-rick-winscot-2zoom in

3d-printed-raspberry-pi-raspberry-case-by-rick-winscot-3zoom in

3d-printed-raspberry-pi-raspberry-case-by-rick-winscot-4zoom in

3d-printed-raspberry-pi-raspberry-case-by-rick-winscot-5zoom in

3d-printed-raspberry-pi-raspberry-case-by-rick-winscot-6zoom in

3d-printed-raspberry-pi-raspberry-case-by-rick-winscot-7zoom in

Head to Rick’s Instructables page for more on his sweet case.

Post a Comment:

Want a personal avatar on your comments? Sign up for a free Gravatar now!

Note: All comments with links in them will be held for moderation in order to prevent spam, so you may not see your post appear immediately.

More from Awesomer Media...