Ready to replace your current Rasberry Pi housing? Tired of having separate housing for your Pi and your Arduino? This design is for you!
This is a case built to fit an Arduino Uno, as well as a Rasberry Pi 3 B+. Additionally, there is room for a breadboard and a 9v battery.
The idea behind this design was to create a keyboard stand that housed the electonic components above. To do this, just add holes to the cover to align with any screws at the bottom of your keyboard.
There are a few holes in the side of the main frame to add on an additional support for the keyboard in which I plan to make a container for electronic components. The holes also showcase how easy it is to take this design and configure it according to your own project's needs. The well is deep in order to allow sensors and other components to be in the case with the board.
One last wonderful thing about this design is that it can be printed on a 140mm cubed build area. Particularlly I printed this on a Qidi X-one2. To fit the larger pieces in the build area rotate them vertically 90 degrees and horizontally by 45 degrees.
The caption on back of the case, "Open Source Is Love", captures the motivation behind this design. I am a maker, and perhaps not at the caliber of others in the field, but I wanted to do what I could do to give something back to the community that has helped me along the way.