In this project we’re making 3D printed handles for the Adafruit Matrix Portal.

The Adafruit Matrix Portal is a plug-n-play dev board that makes it easier to do internet connected projects using RGB matrices.

It features a Cortex M4 and the ESP32. It also has an on-board LIS3DH accelerometer. 

With the STEMMA QT connector it can work with Adafruit’s 50 plus Stemma QT boards.

Matrix Portal is designed to snap on the back of RGB matrices that use a HUB75 port.

It uses power over USB-C so there’s no soldering needed to get up and running.

We think this makes RGB matrix projects much more compact with a single board.

The handle on the side has a cut out for the PCB so you can access the on-board components.

Parts

Video of a person rotating an LED matrix panel with animation resembling falling colored sand.
Folks love our wide selection of RGB matrices and accessories, for making custom colorful LED displays... and our RGB Matrix Shields...
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Vide of assembled and powered on 64x32 RGB LED Matrix Panel - 4mm pitch. The matrix displays "Black Lives Matter" alongside the Raised Fist.
Bring a little bit of Times Square into your home with this sweet 64 x 32 square RGB LED matrix panel. These panels are normally used to make video walls, here in New York we see them...
$39.95
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LED RGB matrix 12" x 12" with "Adafruit Industries LED Matrix" text showing, and LED acrylic slowly covering to make it nicely diffused
A nice whoppin' slab of some lovely black acrylic to add some extra diffusion to your LED Matrix project. This material is 2.6mm (0.1") thick and is made of special cast...
$9.95
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Angled shot of a blue long rectangular USB battery pack.
A smaller-sized rechargeable battery pack for your Raspberry Pi or Raspberry...
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Angled shot of four magnet feet.
Got a glorious RGB Matrix project you want to mount and display in your workspace or home? If you have one of the matrix panels listed below, you'll need a pack of these...
$2.50
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1 x Right Angle USB Type C Adapter
USB 3.1 Gen 4 Compatible

This guide was first published on Sep 23, 2020. It was last updated on Sep 23, 2020.

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