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8 marzo 2012 / Marco Alici

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Today I could get my hands on the printed parts of my Raspberry Pi case.

When I opened the packaging I noticed that the two halves of the box was already assembled and the case was closed. Good.

These are some photo of the real case:

The material of the case is White, Strong & Flexible, while the lightguides are in Frosted Ultra Detail. I made also a version of the light-guides in Frosted Detail, but it’s not as good as the other, that is a bit more expensive.

The snap fits seems to work well, and the lightguides fit well onto their holes. At this stage of the project the lightguides are intended to be simply glued to the upper part of the case.

The next step will be to assembly the case with the board to verify dimension and position of the apertures. Stay tuned! ;)

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  4. Reggie / set 17 2012 02:44

    Excellent job once again. Thumbs up!

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  5. Diego / apr 27 2012 17:07

    Non hai pensato magari di aggiungere un paio di “asole” sul retro? ..nel caso uno volesse appenderlo o avvitarlo, sarebbero davvero utili!
    Bel lavoro comunque.

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  6. Carolyn S Blackstone / apr 16 2012 16:22

    Are you going to sell your case? If so I am interested.
    csblackstone@charter.net

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    • DenisM / apr 18 2012 22:54

      €40.00 for a case – for a pcb costing £35….. ?????

      It has to be less than € 10.00 to be attractive :)

      A

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      • Marco Alici / apr 19 2012 09:14

        I’d like it to be cheaper, but 3D printing doesn’t allow. My wish is to see it injection moulded.

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  7. Peter Bindels / mar 15 2012 11:54

    Will you publish it on Thingiverse for the people who can print at home?

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  8. Mike Kopack / mar 14 2012 16:39

    Why the square holes on the bottom along the edges? (Just wondering.)

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    • Marco Alici / mar 14 2012 16:45

      If produced by injection molding, that’s the places for punches that make the upper surfaces.

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  9. nicveronese / mar 12 2012 14:21

    Per le usb “sporgenti” hai pensato a qualche cosa?

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  10. m0ntala / mar 12 2012 00:33

    Will it be available in colours other than white?

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    • Marco Alici / mar 12 2012 09:30

      The same material is also available (but a bit more expensive than white) in black, red, indigo and dark gray. I also will let the user choose transparent materials (Transparent Detail and FrostedDetail/Ultra Detail), while I will keep hidden metallic and ceramic materials.

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  11. P3ter / mar 11 2012 23:58

    Very good job !

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  12. sironitomas / mar 11 2012 11:04

    Aproximately, how much will this case cost?

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  13. Michele / mar 9 2012 15:04

    It’s an useful case, when do you think it will be available to buy?

    Thank you

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  14. David Rolfe / mar 8 2012 23:35

    It is good to see that this is progressing so well.

    All you need now is an actual ‘board’ to ensure that everything lines up correctly!

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