The ABS parts
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All these parts are available for download on the GitLab of the project: https://gitlab.com/diskiopi/diskio-pi-case
To print your own parts, go to the the 3D printing guide.
- 1 The main frame
- 2 The front frame
- 3 The brackets
- 4 The SBC fixing plate
- 5 The back casing
- 6 The cover
- 7 The button
- 8 Battery slots
- 9 The stand
The main frame
This part is made up of two parts, to facilitate 3D printing without having to use too many supports. The main reinforcement and the outside of the reinforcement must be assembled and glued with cyanoacrylate to form the part called the "main frame".
These two parts will be pre-assembled when you receive the kit including the shell printed by Diskio Pi.
The internal frame
See on GitLab: Frame.STL or Frame.STEP
The internal frame is the centerpiece of the terminal. The main boards (daughter board, screen board, touch board and L board) are screwed on. 3 brass closing inserts are attached to this part, and some tests will be required to test the screw studs. If they are too fragile, they should be replaced by brass inserts.
The external side of the frame
See on GitLab: frame-ext.STL
This part is the outside of the internal frame, the OSD keyboard, the battery gauge card, as well as the boutton board will be screwed in. Before screwing all these cards together, it is imperative to assemble the two inner and outer reinforcement parts of the frame.
The assembly of the frame
The two parts of the shell are assembled in force (but with dexterity) with a technique similar to the insertion of a lens into a spectacle frame (explanations to come), and a drop of glue in each gap along the joint fixes the assembly.
The front frame
See on GitLab: frame-top.STL
This part is the edge of the screen. It fixes the camera and speakers, simply placed in the internal frame.
7 brass inserts must be inserted to close the front panel of the terminal.
On the inside, double-sided adhesive must be applied to the entire edge of the screen, then the touch screen previously assembled using the guide provided for this purpose.
Be careful, this step requires other steps beforehand (see screen mounting guide for details).
Parts to accommodate and fix the screen, replaceable for more durability of the terminal: to allow changing the screen reference, these parts will be modified without replacing the entire case.
See on GitLab: BracketR.STL
The SBC fixing plate
See on GitLab: plate-RPi-C12-XU4.STL
Plate compatible with the following SBCs:
- Raspberry Pi A, A+
- Raspberry Pi B, B+
- Raspberry Pi 2
- Raspberry Pi 3 B, B+
- Raspberry Pi Zero, W, WH
- Odroid C1+
- Odroid C2
- Odroid XU4 (version XU4Q non compatible)
- UP Board 1G/2G/4G
The back casing
See on GitLab: carter.STL
Rear closing part of the terminal. Assembled with the "cover" part below, it is screwed to the internal reinforcement with 3 screws. On the other side, a hinge allows the top to be fixed without screws.
See on GitLab: HatRJ45.STL
Clip-on part that can be adapted to the corresponding L card. For this first version, RJ45 and audio fingerprints are present.
See on GitLab: button.STL
Terminal ON/OFF button. The arrows indicate the mounting direction, in the direction of the user looking at the screen.
See on GitLab: top_batt1.STL
Battery forms, which are glued to the main frame.
See on GitLab: top_batt2.STL
Reversible stand that can be clipped onto the housing. Allows the desktop or tablet position of the terminal. See section pre-assembly for assembly instructions.
The base frame of the stand
See on GitLab: stand-frame.STL
Batman's cape-shaped piece, hence the name! :D
A handle has been designed to make it easier to transport the terminal, its strength should be tested.
See on GitLab: cape.STL
See on GitLab: stand-sideR.STL
See on GitLab: stand-sideL.STL