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Raspberry Pi Official Touchscreen Case

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This is a case for the official Raspberry Pi 7" touchscreen.

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

This matches my Raspberry Pi case found here.


Multiple back cover configurations.

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


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.


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 file 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?