Here are our favorite RetroPie cases for Raspberry Pi incl. console, portable & handheld cases: Nintendo NES, SNES, Gameboy, Playstation, PSP, ...
Looking for a custom Raspberry Pi 3 case to 3D print? Then you've come to the right place. This is a list of excellent, awesome and fantastic Raspberry Pi 3 cases to 3D print, also compatible with Raspberry Pi 2 and Model B+.
A 3D printer and a Raspberry Pi and are a match made in maker’s heaven. Here are the best Raspberry Pi 3D printer projects to DIY.
Looking for a single board computer with a little more "oomph" than the standard Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+? Here are the best Raspberry Pi alternatives you can buy in 2018.
The Raspberry Pi Zero is just a naked circuit board until you put it in a case. Here are the best Raspberry Pi Zero cases to 3D print
Did you know you can manage your 3D printer over LAN? It's easy to with OctoPrint and a Raspberry Pi 2. Learn how to set up Octoprint.
It‘s hard to get hold of the official SNES Classic Mini. So why not build a DIY Super Nintendo with a 3D printed Raspberry Pi SNES Case?
Seeking a challenging project for Raspberry Pi 3? Check out this Raspberry Pi Laptop using the official touchscreen and a 3D printed case.
Since the release of the STL files for the Astro Pi flight case, makers have been sharing pictures of their homemade cases to Twitter.
The arrangement takes four images at the same time to create a 3D model of the object. A creator on Hackaday has developed a novel scanner which can instantly capture a 3D surface. Going by the name ‘Jolar’, the developer has been busy refining his 3D scanner project from Oxford Hackspace.
"I built a wifi "walkie" talkie for my kids; now you can too!", writes maker Daniel Chote on projectable.de. It runs on open-source software and is a great weekend project.
Bringing a new dimension to history and museum education, the Museum in a Box is a brilliant interactive learning experience. It uses 3D printed objects with NFC chips to trigger audio commentary, all managed by a Raspberry Pi.
This 3D printed Raspberry Pi mount lets you upcycle the drive bay on your PC. It's like playing Russian Dolls, but with personal computing.
A British Design student and director of BuildBrighton Makerspace developed a full-body 3D scanner using 27 low-cost Raspberry Pi computers.