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Raspberry Pi Official Touchscreen Case

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This is a case for the official Raspberry Pi 7" touchscreen. https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/raspberry-pi-touch-display/

There is enough room to connect the display ribbon and the power all inside the case.

This matches my Raspberry Pi case found here. https://cults3d.com/en/3d-model/tool/raspberry-pi-3-b-case.

Configurations

Multiple back cover configurations.

  • Standard
  • Slotted for a camera ribbon
  • 25 mm and 30 mm fan cutouts
  • Clean version (great for modding and remixing)

Assembly

To assemble you will need

  • A #6 -32 tap.
  • 4 x #4 -40 x 3/8 stainless socket head cap screws.
  • 8 x #6 -32 x 1/2 stainless socket head cap screws.
  • 4 x #6 -32 x 1 stainless socket head cap screws.

More detailed instructions can be found here. Assembly Instructions.

Updates

1/21/2019 Update.

  • Added slotted, 25 mm fan and 30 mm fan covers without the honeycomb.

1/20/2019 Update.

  • I changed the bolt pattern to accommodate #6 -32 screws.
  • Added support backing for the frame screws.
  • Added material behind the frame mounts.
  • Added 4 frame mount points to better compress the screen.
  • Changed leg geometry to clear the new frame mounts.

1/19/2019 Update.

  • Changed the honeycomb pattern, it is much cleaner.
  • Lengthened the legs to accommodate larger USB power cables.

1/18/2019 Update.

  • Added a slotted back cover for a camera ribbon.
  • Added a 25 mm and a 30 mm fan back cover.
  • Added a blank back cover.

1/17/2019 Update.

  • Rotated STL files to lay on print bed.
  • Combined the left and right legs into one STL file.
  • Increased the thickness of the legs.
  • 3D model format: STL

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I don't know, I don't have a scale. Also the weight will vary depending on the material you print with, your infill and wall thickness.

What was the total weight in grams?