- Small as possible
- Hold the Raspberry Pi and Camera Module securely
- Does not require fasteners
- Simple assembly and ability to get things out of the box
- Access to power, usb and uSD card
The case was designed in Fusion 360. Download and make changes to the design if you like Fusion 360 Design.
Printing and Assembly
Print the board without support. It's designed to print on the flat sides of the case and the lid.
This is simple Raspberry Pi Zero camera case. The case doesn't require fastener or any additional tools to assemble. You just need to print it and its snaps closed with the Raspberry Pi and Camera Module inside hold securely in place.
Place the camera module first tucking it under the top of the box lip. Then fold the flex cable at the bottom of the box. There is enough space to do this safely.
Insert the raspberry pi board under the side of the box opposite to all connector and press it in place under the snap in clip next to the connector openings. There are two snap lips. Push the board under the lower one. The board should lay flat in the box with all connector in place.
Insert the lid similarly to the board under and clip it in place. Things fit thigh so take care of aligning everything with case and don't force the clips. The raspberry pi and the lid should fit in with some effort but not too much to break the retaining clips.