cnc router, Design, project
Now available from our shop! custom pi Zero cases.
Yes you can buy off the shelf cases for your pizero. and that's fine. But if you're building a project and looking for a professional finish, it's great to have a case customised to your project or business.
The case is a snug fit for the latest version of the pi Zero and includes access to the sd card slot
Pi Zero sitting snugly in a custom cast case.
Made from high grade J-Cast 70D hardness plastic, these cases can be drilled, and etched to custom requirements.
Since we're making them to order they can be made in just about any colour you require.
Part of the customisation is to etch your logo or project name right into the case.
The cases are sealed with 4 torx screws from the bottom leaving the top surface clear for your sticker or design.
the maker geek branded pi0 case.
Need something more custom? or for a different kind of board? feel free to contact us with your particular requirements and we will see what we can do to help.
1 Hour project, Air brushing, Gadgets, project, Woodworking
Last week I wrote about the one hour challenge I set myself to setup my raspberry pi with its new camera module and get it running as an IP camera along with my other 2 dedicated ones. This led naturally on to wanting it to be set up a little better than precariously balanced on boxes and blue-tac'd in place. So I set off on another one our project to see how far I could get in building a case. Whilst 1 hour was no where near enough to do everything I wanted, it was a good way to prompt me to action. The challenge of an hour forced me to stop procrastinating and make some decisions to get going. Once the hour was up I was well on my way with a vision of what I wanted to do and so the weekend challenge was on ;-)
1 Hour project, Electronics, Gadgets, Home Improvement
Over the Christmas period I had a chunk of time off, and so of course I filled it with many more things I'd like to do than I really had the time or energy for. One of these was to play with one of my Christmas gifts, a NoIR camera for my Raspberry Pi.
cnc router, Electronics, Gadgets
One of the first requirements for a Raspberry Pi is to get a case to put it in. Now there are plenty around and mostly not too expensive, but anyone that has read even a few of my blog posts would realise I'm really not the kind of person that buys something like a case when I could just try to make one myself.