3D Print a DIY AI enclosure for the Raspberry PI!


Upgrade from the included cardboard box to a fully mountable, customizable enclosure! Our design features snap fit lids with standoffs to securely attach all of the comments required to to build your own Google Assistant Voice project!


Our enclosure fits Raspberry Pi boards with the voice hat, opening for all of the ports, as well as mounts for the microphone and arcade button.


The design is completely open and allows you add include more parts for any type of AI project! 



Parts, Tools & Components

You'll need just a couple a parts to build this project.  If you don't have access to a 3D printer, you can send the files to a service or check with your local hackerspace/library.

The kit includes an arcade button, but we choose to use a small 24mm arcade button to decrease the height of the overall enclosure.

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This guide was first published on Dec 13, 2017. It was last updated on Dec 13, 2017.

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