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Raspberry pi 7" Display Stand_FULL assembly V2.0

by Plasticore Jan 14, 2018
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Hi, any news about pi 4 version?

Hi, I love the design. But im planning to use it with an raspberry pi 4. How is the progress going of adding it?

Nice design. Would you like to share the STEP/123dx files? Thanks

Thanks for your work, great! Guess it works well for you. For my application it does not really work, because the screen is placed below sight height. As it is optimized for one angle with your case I barely can see anything. If I flip it over, it does not stand anymore.

Case is awsome but for RPI 4 on the back it’s not perfect. The USB-C power cable pushes the case up if the stand is diagonal.

Hey thanks for your comment @produino . BTW my design was intended for the RPI 3 ONLY. I would redesign the back plate soon for the new RPI 4.

Stay tuned for the upcoming upgrade and thanks for sharing.

Wonderful design. Im hoping to use this one for Raspberry Pi 4, but that needs some editing. Is it possible to get a file that i could edit in Fusion 360?

Hi @oleps, i am working on a RPI 4 version. I would release it soon! stay tuned and thanks for sharing this project!

Any luck on that?

It would be really nice if this were actually Printable without support.

It seems that the left and right sides are switched. The holes for the ribbon cables are correct, but the spacing for the screen is not, resulting in the screen not sitting flush

Also, there is no slant in the edge for the right side V2, so it will not fit with the center piece

Can you explain why the Simplify3D factory file "RPi_7i_Display_LEFT.factory" has two different processes set up to start printing at 44.50mm?

"The selected processes currently overlap while printing the same model. You may be printing the same region twice!"

I've never heard of something like that before. I thought it was funny, but just went it with.

Should I stop my print though? Now that I'm stepping through the layers again I feel like bad things are going to happen >_<

Awesome look for this stand!
I'll be remixing the middle section, as my pi board is separate and want a more slender profile for the video board, but this is fantastic.

Just FYI to those planning to make, the screen is off 180 degrees for this, when oriented as in the pics. To resolve:

In Terminal, type "sudo nano /boot/config.txt"
Add the line "lcd_rotate=2" to the top of the file.
Press CTRL+X
Then Y
Then Enter.
And reboot!

Perfect addition to my Octoprint enclosure; THANKS Plasticore!

I just get an error saying "nano/boot/config.txt: command not recognized"

I'll have to try something else

The command needs to be “sudo nano /boot/config.txt” (no quotes) and mind the spaces. There needs to be a space after the “sudo” and after the “nano”. Sudo gives you super user control, and nano is the file editor. After the command is accepted you will be prompted to enter the root password. The cursor won’t move or give any indication that it is accepting keystrokes; just type and hit enter.

what is the reason for the V2 of the Right side?

I love the design, it just looks so badass futuristic... awefull I just bought a 5" Touchscreen TFT for my PI...

have you thought about adding pi hats, like the x850 or x820, to the middle piece?

Hi, how long screws did you use to secure screen?