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Are you a fan of the Fallout series? Do you have a Raspberry Pi laying around that's collecting dust and feeling left out? Here's your chance to have your very own wall mounted terminal replica, inspired by the Fallout series!
This replica is a total of 12 stl files (13 parts, print 2 knobs) and is best printed with supports at 200 microns. If you're impatient, it looks fine at 300 as well. You're going to sand and fill it anyway, right? Right?!
Size (when assembled): 5 Inches Wide x 7 Inches Deep x 6 Inches Tall
We modeled it from scratch in Autodesk Inventor/Trimble Sketchup.
These models are per MyMiniFactory's site terms and conditions for use. These models or prints produced with said models are for personal use and are not to be used for resale or commerical use of any kind without express permission and is exclusive to MyMiniFactory. In other words, do NOT print off kits and sell them on Etsy. That's not cool.
Edit: 4/18/17 - Added terminal-body-logo-pi-edit.stl - use this file if you're installing an LCD screen, it removes the tabs that get in the way of the screen mounts. If you already printed the old body file, a dremel or file can be used to smooth those out.
Edit 2: 7/30/17 - I deleted all of the files and reuploaded them. I made some minor tweaks and made sure all of the meshes were solid. Also added is a bill of materials that I used for my RetroPie build, with Amazon links and a PDF of the acrylic cutout for the screen. I also have it available in a .dwg if anyone wants to laser cut it, shoot us an email or a message and we can send it to you!
Edit 3: 7/25/2018 - Tolerances updated on the body, screen shroud, and back.
Possible future FAQ? PFFAQs?!
"How did you finish/paint/sand/wire/etc. yours, it looks cool!"
Thanks stranger, we're glad you asked! We made a time lapsed build video to show you how we did it. If you have any questions, let us know. The link is here:
"What printer/filament did you use?"
The one in the pictures was printed on a Lulzbot Mini using silky smooth Biome3d from 3D Fuel.
"What materials/electronics/etc did you use?"
Check out the PDF in the files section. It has Amazon links for all of the electronics we used!
If you print/finish/paint/take it on a date/etc, tag us in it, we'd love to see it! We're on social media. Click one of these to find us!
This is inspired by the Fallout series. Fallout is copyright Bethesda Softworks. They're awesome, go buy their games! I'm currently playing through Nuka World, check it out!