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Raspberry Pi Case w/ CSI to HDMI Adapter

Every time I browse through the selection of Raspberry Pi cases on Thingiverse or MyMiniFactory, I feel a bit overwhelmed by the options. I rarely find exactly what I'm looking

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Every time I browse through the selection of Raspberry Pi cases on Thingiverse or MyMiniFactory, I feel a bit overwhelmed by the options. I rarely find exactly what I'm looking for, so I often end up designing something new.

This retro-cyberpunk inspired Raspberry Pi 4 case was specifically designed as a case for a MotionEyeOS camera installation. It supports a Raspberry Pi 4, one end of the Arducam CSI to HDMI Cable Extension Module, and a 0.91in 128x32 OLED display.  A complete list of materials are

A M2.5 tap is needed to tap some of the holes or you can get self tapping screws. Two small sections of 1.75mm filament are used as pins to secure the Cable Extension Module. Adafruit has a great tutorial on how to use SSD1306 OLED Displays with Raspberry Pi.

Printed parts with some fun color schemes.
Installing the display and connecting it to the Pi
Installing the Cable Extension Module.
Attaching the lower case to with the Pi to the bottom section.
Upper part of the case is slide on and screws are used to hold it all together.
Should be a tight fit.
Fully assembled unit.

You can find the STLs on MyMiniFactory or Thingiverse.

Evan Li

Published 4 months ago