This is a remix of koretic's (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3747550) excellent remix of John Sinclair's (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3723481) excellent Raspberry Pi 4 case.
There is one change and one addition. The change is that I put a coarse grille over the fan, and the addition is a small customized base to hold the Pi upright that leaves the various connectors and vent holes clear.
Thanks to both koretic and John Sinclair for the great designs!
Top Thickness: 2mm
Bottom Thickness: 2mm
Vertical Thickness: 2mm
Printing surface: Heated glass bed with Elmer's glue stick
Initial layer nozzle temp: 220C
Nozzle temp: 215C
Initial layer bed temp: 60C
Bed temp: 60C
Initial layer fan: 0%
Initial layer thickness: 0.2mm
Layer thickness: 0.25mm
Initial layer extrusion: 105%
Initial layer speed: 50mm/s
- Remix of https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3747550 which is a remix of https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3723481
- No supports required.
- I had to shave the case around the USB and Ethernet connectors a bit before it went together nicely.
- I went with the 30mm fan because it's smaller, uses a little less power, and provides more than enough cooling to run the Pi 4 flat-out all day. Just my observation - YMMV.
- If you open the case top in your slicer and it's enormous, resize it to 10%. I'm not sure why that happened...