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3D model description
A modern DIY celebration of 80s computing, the GRIZ Sextant is a Raspberry Pi powered laptop built to pay homage to the laptops of the 1980s.
For more information about this project, follow along at:
The design inspiration (both looks and name) for this comes from the real life GRID Compass, a trail blazer in portable computing.
Some other smaller aesthetic features were inspired by the Commodore 64.
Included are all the 3D print parts you will need as well as a Bill of Material, part tapping guide, and some custom labels.
All parts are designed to fit on an 8x8 build platform. Printing large parts may cause warping. Best results I have found are to print in an enclosure without a cooling fan.
3D printing settings
All parts are designed to fit on an 8x8 build platform. Little to no support should be required. Printing large parts may cause warping. Best results I have found are to print in an enclosure without a cooling fan.
3D printer file information
3D design format: PDF, STL, and ZIP Folder details Close
- Display Frame Side Mirrored_UPS.STL
- Display Frame Side_UPS.STL
- Display Frame Strap_UPS.STL
- Display Frame_UPS.STL
- Display Shell_UPS.STL
- Keyboard Filler_UPS.STL
- Rear Cap_UPS.STL
- Rear Cover_UPS.STL
- V1.0 STEP Files.zip
- Publication date: 2021-04-03 at 08:11
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