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3D Printed Raspberry Pi NES Case: NinTastic

by Lambert Varias
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Out of all computers, the Raspberry Pi is most ripe for case mods because it’s tiny and doesn’t come with a case in the first place. We’ve seen a functional and a decorative case for the Linux computer. This NES case offers a bit of both form and function.

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Thingiverse member Tastic007 calls his case NinTastic. Just like a NES console, NinTastic’s flap opens upward, but instead of a space for a cartridge the flap reveals the Raspberry Pi’s SD card slot and its power input. Tastic007 made an SD card look like a NES cartridge to fit with the theme of his case. The Raspberry Pi’s other ports are accessible through holes at the side and rear of the case.

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Blow into your 3D printer and head to Thingiverse to download the NinTastic’s template.

[via MAKE]



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