3D printing is getting closer to our desks. This allows us to create more customizable and original gadgets and accessories that few users have or that cannot be found in electronics stores. Here we show you a list of cases or covers for our Raspberry Pi that we can print with a 3D printer and use with official Raspberry Pi boards, both in its most complete version and in its reduced version. For this we will only need the printing file, colored material and a 3D printer.
Fans of Doctor Who are still many. And one of them has created a TARDIS-shaped case that we can print and use with our Raspberry Pi. The case is fully functional, that is, we can connect any cable or device to Raspberry Pi without having to disassemble the case. The print file can be found at this link.
Although cakes are less appetizing in summer, for a Raspberry Pi it may not. Is apple pie shell It is a great case for users with a sweet tooth and even to use the raspberry board as a mini-computer in a pastry shop. Sadly, when printing in one color, this pastel makes little real sense, but just as interesting. You can get the print file at this link.
The Nintendo NES is the most widely reproduced case but other can be reproduced: Nintendo 64, PlayStation, Sega Megadrive, Atari, etc ... There are many game consoles whose print files you can get from this link.
This case is very basic but also very popular. The cube shape with a color like white or black is not only a great decorative object but it can make us have a Raspberry Pi as a mediacenter For the salon. The print file of this cube can be found at this link.
These are some models of casings that we can find online, but there are more and we can even find other types of housings through the 3D printing repositories. And if you do not have access to a 3D printer, there is always the option to buy the official case, although it is not the same Do not you think?