3D Printed Enclosure for a RaSCSI and Raspberry Pi 4Sold By LandoGriffin
What is it? The RaSCSI Slim Case protects your Raspberry Pi 4 and RaSCSI (full size, standard configuration), streamlining your vintage computer setup, and looking completely at-home next to your "Sn…Read More…
The RaSCSI Slim Case protects your Raspberry Pi 4 and RaSCSI (full size, standard configuration), streamlining your vintage computer setup, and looking completely at-home next to your "Snow White" Apple Macintosh computers (like the Macintosh SE/30). The Raspberry Pi and RaSCSI mount with included standoffs, and rubber feet on the bottom keep the RaSCSI from sliding around. Vents provide passive cooling. The case gives access to the Raspberry Pi 4's Ethernet port (for Ethernet adapter emulation), USB-A ports, USB-C connector for power, and MicroSD card slot.
This is 3D printed using high quality PLA material in a color that is similar to "Snow White". (See pictures for comparison) The unit you will recieve was designed by @PotatoFi, but 3D printed by LandoGriffin with his permission.
The "Slim" case has room for the single DB-25 connector on the RaSCSI, but if you need to add the RaSCSI Expansion Board to the RaSCSI to have two DB-25 connectors, check out the RaSCSI Pro Case (available from PotatoFi).
* Depending upon printing tolerances, you may need a small amount of glue to attach the metal standoffs to the plastic base.
Kit does NOT include a Raspberry Pi or RaSCSI board.
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