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dktosoch

Raspberry Pi 3B+ case (3, 2 & B+ also fit)

by dktosoch Mar 29, 2018
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Nice little case, fit my B+ great...only downfall is it's missing an opening for the camera ribbon cable- but nothing 5 minutes with the dremel couldn't fix.

Fit my 3B perfectly :) Thanks!

I think you have missed the slots for the 2 serial ports

Hi,
I printed the case on an Prusa i3 MK2.5 with black PLA from filamentworld.com.
I installed a 3B+ in it.
It came out perfect. Snug fit.
Really nice case!

I generally use the lower profile "slip case" that is a close cousin to this design, but found that my newly purchased 3B+ doesn't fit - the CPU now has a heat spreader on it, and when you mount the heatsink, it then becomes too tall for that design. This one is perfect, gives clearance for the CPU/heatsink and has plenty of ventilation. Installation tip: install the cap on the board first, the tabs go under the metal flanges on the USB ports. Make sure the nubs on the cap are above the PCB (you might have to press down on a flat surface), and then slide the board into the case.

Awesome case!

Wow this is really nice. I hope I never have to remove my Pi 3 B+. It was pretty tight in there. I probably should have printed at 102% like is mentioned below. It fits but I might need to cut it off if I need to remove the Pi.
Very nice though. I printed in black carbon fiber PLA and you can still see the green and red lights through the front.

Thank You!

I did scale this up by 2% and it fit my Pi3B+ pretty tight, but the board snapped in as you said it would. I did do a little remix and added a mount for a 5015 fan in the top "grille" portion. My Pi is in a very low shelf under my printer and get very little air. It has worked fine, but I figured I'd add insurance and get some air flow over the heat sinks anyway. Thank you for the model as I would never have been able to do it! I'll ad my "remix" file here instead of making a new "thing". If you want to add the file to yours, please feel free to do so as it is your case anyway.

Thank you very very much!

Is it made with fusion 360?
If could you publish the source?
I like your design but i would like to add some VESA 75 support.
Thanks
Andreas

Hi I forgot you, but i have upload the fusion files now.