Re: Making Your Own Enclosures
- How about Lego?Like Southampton University's RPi 'supercomputer'?___________________________________________________________________________________Disclaimers: I have entered into no agreements regarding mails erroneously sent to this address, and reserve the right to do as I wish with any such emails.
- I'll put the offer out there: if someone hacks together a Pi Model B + TNC-Pi design suitable for laser cutting, I'll knock out a few in various materials and help test the design... and send you a couple.
- I have no interest in this product/company other than as a satisfited
customer for several decades, but I'd suggest taking a look at this
solution for multi-board integration from Bud Industries, called the
As you can see, it's designed to handle the Raspberry Pi as well as
other similar products, and up to three similarly-sized expansion boards
or a protoboard. This looks like a great solution for experimenters
and developers since everything can be built and tested in a flat
configuration, and then "rolled-up" into a 5" by 5" by 3.5" enclosure
with disturbing existing wiring. I like the ability to access every
board and connector since the design is not tailored to a specific
physical layout, and to be able to expand and add boards as needs or
interests grow. The price is great, too.
I understand it's in stock (or soon will be) at DigiKey, Mouser, and
Hope this is helpful.
73, Bob W9RAN