Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W Case - 3D Print Files
Digital file type(s): 1 ZIP
In this download pack, you'll get the 3D Printing and Laser Cutting files required to make your own case for your Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W
3D Print Model in .stl and .obj format
Vented Side Panel laser cutting file in .svg format
Main Cover laser cutting file in .svg format
Approximate Case Dimensions:
External - 95mm x 44mm x 44mm
Internal - 78mm x 35mm x 35mm
Best Print Configuration:
Filament - PLA
Nozzle - 0.4mm
Layer Height - 0.2mm
Infill - NA (Print with 3 Layer Wall Thickness)
Requires Brim & Supports
This case is designed to house a Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W.
Here are the step by step instructions to put your case together -
Note: This design is copyrighted and is available for your personal, non-commercial use only. It may not be reproduced for commercial gain or republished in any form.
Your files will be available to download once payment is confirmed. Here's how.
I don't accept returns, exchanges or cancellations. But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
171 shop reviews5 out of 5 stars
Great quality, easy (kind of) to assemble. Directions could be easier for the tiny display should be before the "ice Tower" to make it easier to screw in. Easier and simplified instructions for the display and cables and which version means where it plugs in where. Give us a place to download the edited script instead of winging it. That being said, it's a neat case, and ascetically pleasing design. It's not just a basic print and go money grab. The styling and usable plexiglass windows are included. All screw holes lineup without problem. It cools to 32-34 degrees, and it the best thing to help remove heat from the CPU and looks sexy. I'm very happy! I now have 2 of them.
It's a slick housing for a Pi4, but it should have had a knock-out for the SD card. To get around that, I used an aux SD card reader on a ribbon cable and glued it to the back of the case. This provided the added advantage of a full-sized SD card vs. microSD. The other issue was getting the OLED running. The instructions provided weren't bad, but they were problematic. Reading down into the comments from others, I was able to work it out and the OLED screen is functioning perfectly -- but it took almost a day and much head scratching. Now that there's Buster and Bullseye to contend with, full and clean instructions should be updated on the appropriate pages. Neither issue are deal-killers by any stretch, but it I recommend adding an SD card knock-out and updating the Buster/Bullseye OLED info.
Love the look of this case, everything came together and looks amazing, the instructions to program the stats display were easy enough to follow. Overall very satisfied with this case! One small issue I have is with the mount for the stats display, no matter what angle I tried to install it at, it would not fit. I cracked the first display attempting to install it but a $4 part was simple enough to replace. I ended up holding the screen in with a piece of tape and it holds fine. Overall it’s a great case, everything lines up as it should and looks great, seller shipped the product quickly and the materials used don’t feel like it would break easily. I would just like to see a better mounting solution for the display.
Came with the nuts and screws I needed including the LCD screen. Tutorial super easy to follow and get your Pi up and running!
Photos from reviews