Raspberry Pi Mounting Platform and Bracket Pictures

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These are actual prints of the mount described in [[Editing Raspberry Pi Mounting Platform and Bracket]]
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These are actual prints of the mount described in [[Raspberry Pi Mounting Platform and Bracket]]
  
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This page has several pictures of the printed parts discussed in [[Raspberry Pi Mounting Platform and Bracket]]
  
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There are some different variations of the part, and some are shown with additional parts mounted and some without.  Pictures are taken from different angles.
  
[[Image:Pp3.JPG|500px]]
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This is an article started by Russ Hensel, see "http://www.opencircuits.com/index.php?title=Russ_hensel#About My Articles" '''About My Articles''' for a bit of info.  The page is only partly finished
  
  
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= Small Platform With Voltage Regulator =
  
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Here a voltage regulator and usb power output port are mounted on top of the Pi.  The blue and white wires are for a power supply to run the regulator and thus the Pi.  In this case I needed a basic supply to run two stepper motors and wanted to use the same power source for the Pi.  The parts are mounted with melted rivets a method I am just messing about with.
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[[Image:Pp3.JPG|500px]]
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This is from the side with the hdmi port
  
 
[[Image:Pp small1.JPG|500px]]
 
[[Image:Pp small1.JPG|500px]]
  
[[Image:Pp1.JPG|500px]]
 
  
[[Image:con1.png|500px]]
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This is from the side of the Pi with its IO headers
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[[Image:Pp small4.JPG|500px]]
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= A Variation =
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In this case there is no Pi, no wires and the parts are mounted with bolts ( too long waiting for the right ones to arrive ) not melted rivets.
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[[Image:Pp7.JPG|500px]]
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= Arduino Over a Pi =
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No wires yet, a bit of hot glue holds the arduino in place.  The arduino mount is bolted to the Pi bracket as both would not print well at once.  Note that all pins at this end are available for connections.
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[[Image:pp8.JPG|500px]]
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This view from the USB accessory port end.
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[[Image:pp9.JPG|500px]]
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Better view of most of the pins.
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[[Image:pp10.JPG|500px]]
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This is how the bracket is intended to be connected to a surface.
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[[Image:pp12.JPG|500px]]
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= Large Platform No Componets =
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This is a large platform with a mounting bracket.  It is bad because the normal top mount
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will cover the Raspberry Pi pins.  Still can be used, Access the pins another way, cut into it
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or bottom mount it.  For bottom mounts the legs need not bee so long.
  
  
[[Image:con1.png|500px]]
 
  
 
[[Image:Pp1.JPG|500px]]
 
[[Image:Pp1.JPG|500px]]
  
[[Image:con1.png|500px]]
 
  
  
[[Image:con1.png|500px]]
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Latest revision as of 07:27, 26 January 2018

These are actual prints of the mount described in Raspberry Pi Mounting Platform and Bracket

This page has several pictures of the printed parts discussed in Raspberry Pi Mounting Platform and Bracket

There are some different variations of the part, and some are shown with additional parts mounted and some without. Pictures are taken from different angles.

This is an article started by Russ Hensel, see "http://www.opencircuits.com/index.php?title=Russ_hensel#About My Articles" About My Articles for a bit of info. The page is only partly finished


Contents

[edit] Small Platform With Voltage Regulator

Here a voltage regulator and usb power output port are mounted on top of the Pi. The blue and white wires are for a power supply to run the regulator and thus the Pi. In this case I needed a basic supply to run two stepper motors and wanted to use the same power source for the Pi. The parts are mounted with melted rivets a method I am just messing about with.

Pp3.JPG

This is from the side with the hdmi port

Pp small1.JPG


This is from the side of the Pi with its IO headers


Pp small4.JPG

[edit] A Variation

In this case there is no Pi, no wires and the parts are mounted with bolts ( too long waiting for the right ones to arrive ) not melted rivets.

Pp7.JPG

[edit] Arduino Over a Pi

No wires yet, a bit of hot glue holds the arduino in place. The arduino mount is bolted to the Pi bracket as both would not print well at once. Note that all pins at this end are available for connections. Pp8.JPG


This view from the USB accessory port end.

Pp9.JPG


Better view of most of the pins. Pp10.JPG


This is how the bracket is intended to be connected to a surface. Pp12.JPG

[edit] Large Platform No Componets

This is a large platform with a mounting bracket. It is bad because the normal top mount will cover the Raspberry Pi pins. Still can be used, Access the pins another way, cut into it or bottom mount it. For bottom mounts the legs need not bee so long.


Pp1.JPG

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