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A low profile case for the Raspberry Pi with sloped edges. Large open logo so the pcb board is visible and an open bottom frame with LEGO feet. The pcb board is clicked in the bottom part. The USB connector will stick out the front.
Along the side of the GPIO connector there are some holes, so it is easy to cut out, in order to get a flatcable out.
Case consist of 1.4 mm walls which makes it more expensive but is far more solid
It fits my production RPi perfectly. There still can small variations depending on the placement of the components. If you would like to purchase this, please note that if it does not fit, understand that I cannot and won't give a refund. Minor adjustments can be done with an exacto knife if it doesn't fit exactly.


IN: 4.866 w x 3.575 d x 0.63 h
CM: 12.36 w x 9.08 d x 1.6 h


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@jayell Well the bottom is that way, because it is much cheaper this way to manufactering while still protecting the board enough. A full bottom adds an extra 5-8 euro material costs... which I think is too much The Legos feet are just a sinple way to integrate/fixate the RPI to Lego projects without making the case more expensive. No other case has them.. I previous had different tops and bottom parts in the shapeway shop, but I remove them a few months ago because nobody had interest in them.
July 26, 2013, 9:02 am
I got this case in the white nylon and it fits a Model B like a glove! Unfortunately, the power and network lights are obscured. Also, the giant hole in the bottom that exposes the board seems odd (the Pi-hole?) I'm not sure why the Lego pegs, but I will try to get some Legos mainly to cover the hole!
July 26, 2013, 1:04 am
That is an awesome RPi case - looking forward to seeing photos
January 19, 2013, 5:48 am
The board also clicks on the bottom part, so you can use it always without the top part. Let me know if it fits, or give your suggestions. That way I can adept it to make it better... I have the design files (and source) of a public version on But that is less detailed as this one, because of the limitations of reprap printers... With Shapeways you have far more details and possibilities.
November 19, 2012, 5:03 pm
Great! On Order. I'd like to see a variation that splits the top into two sections where the section over the expansion header is removable. That would be something that is doubly unique. :-) I'll wait until I see what I get to be more specific.
November 18, 2012, 9:47 pm
Yes, I made some holes to the side of the expension header, to make it easy to cut out and get a long opening for a cable. But never tested it.... don't have a cable so I can't show it on a picture.
November 17, 2012, 9:32 am
Is that a ribbon cable slot next to the extension header? If so I'm in in a heartbeat because that would be a unique feature and one I need. If so, again, it would be a good idea to show a picture of it with the cable attached and the case closed.
November 15, 2012, 11:33 pm


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