If you are interested in building your very own Raspberry Pi laptop you may be interested in new build by Hackaday member Calvin Nemo. The design was created using TinkerCAD 3D printed outer shell which houses the Raspberry Pi Zero mini PC and other components. Designed to resemble a spell book the mini laptop is now available to download from the Autodesk TinkerCAD website enabling you to 3D print your very own.
The Hackaday website writes : “He also breaks down all the principle components he used and gives links to where you can buy them, from the display and keyboard down to the screws and standoffs. He went with the Pi Zero and sticks to mainly console work, but if you want something with enough power to throw around a graphical environment, he says there’s room in the case for a Pi 3.”
For more details and full instructions on how to build your very own jump over to the official project page on the Hackaday website by following the link below.
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