What is it? This is a simple open source case for your Raspberry Pi 0 and Raspberry Pi 0 W. The case prevents dust while in the same time it allows good air flow. The case allow attaching various a...Read More…
This is a simple open source case for your Raspberry Pi 0 and Raspberry Pi 0 W. The case prevents dust while in the same time it allows good air flow. The case allow attaching various add-on board on top of the Raspberry Pi. The microSD card can be quickly and easily removed without disassembling the case.
ANAVI Mini Raspberry Pi Zero Case has been designed with the free and open source software OpenSCAD and printed Cura on Prima Creator P120. The source code is available at GitHub and the STL files have been published in Thingiverse under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC 3.0) license.
ANAVI Mini Raspberry Pi Zero Case has been specially designed and 3D printed as simple, lightweight case for my Raspberry Pi Zero.
ANAVI Mini Raspberry Pi Zero Case is entirely open source handmade item. It has been printed with PLA on Prima Creator P120. The design is developer friendly as it is convenient for adding HAT and pHAT on top of the Raspberry Pi.
ANAVI Mini Raspberry Pi Zero Case is shipped worldwide via the registered airmail service of Bulgarian Posts. The shipping cost depends on the perk and your location.
The shipping price includes packaging in an envelope with air bubbles for extra safety during the transportation.
Note: Raspberry Pi 0 is not included. It is featured in the photos just to demonstrate the case.
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