It's a case for the raspberry pi with papiruspi e-ink display and camera board to mount ontop of a wanhao duplicator i3 printer. The future plan is to install octoprint on it and show some stats on the display.
) Raspberry-case with lid: it's actually two parts. Print it with lots of support (everywhere, about 20% density) and be aware to spend some time with carefully removing it later on. 0.2mm layer height is enough for that part. A fat brim is recommended. Two walls and a 40% infill work out quite well, however 100% would make the flimsy lid sturdier.
) Camera-board-holder: due to the nasty angle you'll need Will be hard / impossible to remove. You'll also need 4pc of M2.5 x 6mm screws for the camera board and 4pc of M3 x 8mm screws for the camera-board-holder. Due to the steep angle I recommend using a layer height of 0,1mm here.
That's where this plate comes into play. It also features some holes for inserting zip-ties to a filament-guidance-tube. Layer height does not matter for this part but make sure there is a little support below the zip-tie-holes.
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