3D Printed Case for PyPortals
This project is like a mini desktop PC that you can have on your desk and display all sorts of data. The ports are accessible on the side and there’s even a spot to hold a speaker.
The 3D printed enclosure is designed to snap fit so it’s easy to assemble and take apart.
The Whole PyPortal Family
These cases are designed for the new line of PyPortals. The PyPortal original, PyPortal Titano and PyPortal Pynt.
Titano, Pynt and Original
Each PyPortal has it's own size so we designed a case for each one. The enclosures are very similar in design so they have the same assembly. This learn guide will walk through 3D printing and installing the PyPortal.
Open Case Design
The case features extra for more components. The front and back covers are designed to pop open so the PyPortal is accessible for connecting more sensors and components.
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This guide was first published on Jan 08, 2020. It was last updated on Jan 08, 2020.
This page (Overview) was last updated on May 30, 2020.