PinkyPi Pro Build 2.4 (7/23/19) (Possibly Final!)
I've changed the screw alignment abit with the parts shelf so it may sit more true with the case.
PinkyPi Pro Build 2.2 (6/25/19)
I've changed the parts shelf abit to remove the stand-offs for the speaker on the parts shelf.
During my final assembly, I realized this standoff just got in the way.
PinkyPi Pro Build 2.1 (minor update)
As reported, the center section between the triggers has been thickened for added rigidity.
I've also thickened the triggers at the flex point.
Lastly the electronics shelf has been updated to reflect the case modifications.
(fitment has yet to be tested)
I am leaving files for version 2.0 up as well, be sure to use the version 2.1 STL if you are needing extra rigidity.
PinkyPi Pro Build 2.0 (First public release)
This is my Pro version of the original PinkyPi
And is currently a work in progress as I refine a few final items (fitment, button feel etc).
PinkyPi Pro is a micro handheld game console, the Pro version being the likeness of an SNES with A/B/X/Y buttons, Start/Select and L/R triggers.
I am tracking my progress and will have a full build guide available in the next couple of weeks, as I wrap up the RetroPie image and hardware being used.
PinkyPi Pro Forums
PinkyPi Pro prebuilt RetroPie 4.4 image
The hardware used is a SpotPear 1.5inch LCD Game Hat and a RaspberryPi Zero W
Whats different between PinkyPi and PinkyPi Pro?
PinkyPi has 1 Joystick, 3 Buttons and a Joystick Press button with a 1.3 inch 240x240 LCD and a 500mAh battery
PinkyPi Pro has 1 Joystick, 6 buttons, 2 triggers and a Joystick Press button with a 1.5 inch 240x240 LCD and a 600mAh battery
Included are the Case files and the Button / Joystick pack.
In the case files, there is a parts shelf and 2 standoffs the raise the shelf above the Pi Zero. The amp, charger, volume wheel and lowpass filter all sit on this parts shelf, with the battery sitting on top of that.
The button pack is included as a separate file, as I prefer to print the buttons at 0.1mm layer height and the case at 0.2mm height.
What to look forward to?
Prebuilt RetroPie 4.4 image, with controller and video drivers preconfigured.
Full build guide, parts list and build video.
Electronics/Parts kits as well as premade 3D Printed cases and button packs on our webstore at Crackedconsole
Lastly, and as always, I've included the Sketchup source files I made while creating this project.