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3D Print a Case for the Raspberry Pi


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Great idea!

Have them send one to a bunch of people in the shapeways/3d print community and I'm sure you'll get a good nr of designs. I know I'd be happy to make/release something useful.
#1 Dolf Veenvliet (Homepage) on 2012-03-02 08:24 (Reply)
That's very nice and I love the thought of 3d printing my own cases. I intend to buy 10 and network them together. I wonder if someone could design a case which is a bit like Lego, so that I can clip them together in to a stack? If I had any skill I'd have a go myself, but I'm rubbish at this kind of thing. :-)
#2 Chris Brind (Homepage) on 2012-03-03 11:32 (Reply)
We are currently manufacturing unique and customisable cases at

We have an option where you can upload your design idea and have us create it for you! If you interested in us making a stackable case like this for you then you can email us at
#2.1 Jacob (Homepage) on 2012-03-21 09:14 (Reply)
Where I can have access to the 3D model in order to 3D print it I will love to have one case.

3D Print a Case for the Raspberry Pi
#3 Lowenski (Homepage) on 2012-03-07 19:26 (Reply)
I am sure the model will be available as soon as the print has been tested..
#3.1 Duann on 2012-03-07 21:27 (Reply)
Still waiting for this case... Even better if there was a replacement top for it that would fit the I/O daughterboard (Gertboard) with some headroom to populate it and perhaps a door to access, drill into to bring things out.

Or somehow have a snap in piece that puts the raspberry pi logo in red/purple on the case ;-)
#4 Joltdude on 2012-03-23 23:22 (Reply)

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