I created a Raspberry Pi 3 B+ case with honeycomb vents. I also adjusted the mounting points to be more forgiving if you use screws that are too long.
If you are looking for a touchscreen case, check out my matching official Raspberry Pi touchscreen case here. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3363847.
Here is the matching Raspberry Pi 4B case.
- Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+
- Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
- Raspberry Pi 2 Model B
- Raspberry Pi 1 Model B+
This includes multiple mount configurations;
- 75 mm VESA mounts
- 100 mm VESA mounts
- 8020 mounts
- No mounts
Also included are multiple top configurations;
- Slotted for display and camera ribbons
- 25 mm and 30 mm fan cutouts
- Clean version (great for modding and remixing)
There also is a retainer bracket that can hold the board without using screws inside the case. This bracket does cover the ribbon slots, so it is best used with the default or blank tops.
To assemble you will need
- A #6-32 tap.
- 4 x #4-40 x 1/4 socket head cap screws.
- 4 x #6-32 x 3/4 socket head cap screws.
More detailed instructions can be found here. Assembly Instructions.
- Added slotted, 25 mm fan and 30 mm fan tops without the honeycomb.
- Since #4-40 screws are hard to find, I changed the bolt pattern to accommodate #6-32 screws.
- Changed the honeycomb pattern, it is much cleaner now.
- Added a retainer that holds the board inside the case without screws.
- Rotated the STL files to lay flat on the print bed. (SolidWorks has a different orientation)
- Added a 8020 mount base.
- Added a slotted top for display and camera ribbons.
- Added a 25 mm and a 30 mm fan top.
- Added a blank top.
- Added a no mount base.
- Added a 100 mm VESA mount base.
This is remixed from 0110-M-P's design, however it is not compatible with it. This has a different bolt pattern.
The honeycomb pattern is complex. I recommend printing these parts at 30 mm/s.