3D Print Your Raspberry Pi Zero Case

15 Free Raspberry Pi Zero Cases to 3D Print

Raspberry Pi Zero Case

The Raspberry Pi Zero a naked circuit board until you put it in a cool custom case. Here are great free Raspberry Pi Zero cases to 3D print.

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Raspberry Pi Zero Case #1: Swivel Case

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What is it? This is a slim case featuring a thin swivel top and a simple hole for hanging or mounting. According to maker Cowkitty, “it’s still a work in progress (with a secret feature coming soon), but I wanted to share this in the meantime.” We’re sure, this would make an epic cat collar bling.

Where can I get it? Download the files for free at Thingiverse.


Raspberry Pi Zero Case #2: RetroPiNES Zero

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What is it? Pure retro gaming style! Please be aware the upper side is actually a regular NES controller, which is not 3D printed. It is fully functional and used to control retro games. Maker w3ace made this wonderful piece to accompany his Retropi-installation by remixing this original source.

Where can I get it? Download the files for free at Thingiverse.

Raspberry Pi Zero Case #3: Keychain Case

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What is it? That‘s what we call “portable computer”. This design for a 3D printed Raspberry Pi Zero case fits on any keyring. If you ever a computer that you can take around with you everywhere on your keyring, start printing right away. The construction is simple and snaps together.

Where can I get it? Download the files for free at Thingiverse.

Raspberry Pi Zero Case #4: Plain Vanilla Case

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What is it? This case from Adafruit is pretty much the “bread and butter” version of a Raspberry Pi Zero case. It’s a two piece design that features cutouts for the GPIO, microUSB, mini HDMI and microSD card. The PCB snap fits into the enclosure with no need for machine screws. The cover also has a snap fit.

Where can I get it? Download the files for free at Thingiverse.

Raspberry Pi Zero Case #5: Head for Drogerdy – RPi Zero Brain

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What is it? Want a moving Raspberry Pi? No problem, Drogerdy is a microcomputer-controlled tank bot. If you’re an experienced maker, this is a great project for you. With this 3D printed Raspberry Pi Zero case, you add a head to the tank. It houses the Raspberry Pi Zero.

Where can I get it? Download the files for free at MyMiniFactory.

Raspberry Pi Zero Case #6: Head for Drogerdy – RPi Zero Brain

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What is it? This one’s for the tinkerers – it’s not very good for carrying your Zero around, but it‘s great for experimenting.

Where can I get it? Download the files for free at Thingiverse.


Raspberry Pi Zero Case #7: Project Box

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What is it? Sometimes you just need to know what’s going on. Add two buttons, an Adafruit OLED display and a wifi dongle to this Raspberry Pi Zero case and you have a great information display. You find instructions on this blog.

Where can I get it? Download the files for free at Thingiverse.

Raspberry Pi Zero Case #8: One Piece for Cameras

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What is it? It’s a Raspberry Pi Zero case that doesn’t use screws. Also, you can 3D print it in one go. To keep it closed, you just need two rubber bands. You also attach a GPIO camera to it.

Where can I get it? Right here on Thingiverse.

Raspberry Pi Zero Case #9: One Piece for Cameras

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What is it? A small frame to display. The design consists of a two-piece frame with orientation options. Lots of fresh air in this one.

Where can I get it? Download it for free on Thingiverse.

Raspberry Pi Zero Case #10: Wearable Camera Case 

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What is it? Worn on a lanyard or clipped to a pocket or pack, this little camera snaps a photo every few seconds. Great for time-lapse animation videos. You can get all the components and an assembly tutorial at Adafruit.

Where can I get it? You find the case files at Thingiverse.

Raspberry Pi Zero Case #11: SoaPiBarZero

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What is it? A soap bar shaped enclosure with a small loop. Includes cut-outs for GPIO, processor heat sink, activity led and access to the SD-card. You can access the GPIO from above or below.

Where can I get it? Download the files for free at Thingiverse.


Raspberry Pi Zero Case #12: The “It Doesn’t Have to Look Like Raspberry Pi Zero Case”

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What is it? Instant classic – it really doesn’t look like a Raspberry Pi Zero case at the first glimpse. A single piece print, you just slide the computer in from the top and you’re ready to go.

Where can I get it? Find it at Thingiverse.

Raspberry Pi Zero Case #13: Mini(er) NES 

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What is it? How cute: This is a Raspberry Pi Zero case in the shape of the Nintendo NES classic. If you’re looking for more NES cases for the model B, we have a list here.

Where can I get it? Find it at Thingiverse.

Raspberry Pi Zero Case #14: Face Case

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What is it? The cases require no additional hardware. If 3D printed properly, they snap-fit shut. There are two different top covers. One gives you access to the GPIO pins. The second one has teeth. Both made us smile.

Where can I get it? Find it at Thingiverse.

Raspberry Pi Zero Case #15: Pi Zero Cluster Case

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What is it? Need a way to neatly stack and use 2, 4 or 6 Raspberry Pi? Well, here’s a nifty solution. The design is public on OnShape.

Where can I get it? Find it at Thingiverse.


We’ll add more Raspberry Pi Zero cases to 3D print in the next months.

If you want to design your own to 3D print, here’s a great tutorial from the guys at Adafruit. Here are the specifications and measurements for the Pi Zero.