This is dystopian futuristic interpretation of a hobbled together laptop entirely 3d printed. Hopefully not at all where we are heading for. :( Still a work in progress. The photos are experimental and are changeable. Feel free to change the design of this and drill to your hearts content. I did XD
++Note++ I am left handed, if you are right handed, you can reverse everything in the 3d print (not the Raspberry Pi XD), either through rerouting your x+y wires; modifying the print in your Ultimaker pre-3d print software. Whatever your choice is yours alone :D /++End Note++
It would be remis of me if I weren't dubious about the PLA carrier, it might in time snap off over time. So use best practices.
*You may have to sand the linear rails down a fair smidge to have them seat on and slide without much friction.* *In the near future, I may pop the locating nubs off of the Raspberry Pi - Case and bore it down a smidge.* *Some internal aspects aren't implemented as of yet.* *You may need to shave down each and every print so that they match onto eachother.*
Origins of this computer where hobbled together bits from: ADVANCING THE STATE OF CYBERDECK TECHNOLOGY > https://hackaday.com/2019/12/24/advancing-the-state-of-cyberdeck-technology/ Analogue Computer Build a Cyberpunk CYBERDECK > /www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_ONEso-ERg GRiD 1550SX conversion > https://hackaday.com/2020/02/21/restoring-the-coolest-laptop-ever/ RetroPie Raspberry Pi 3D printed cyberdeck >https://www.geeky-gadgets.com/raspberry-pi-3d-printed-cyberdeck-24-09-2021/ Virtuscope CyberDeck > https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3857521 And any others that I forgot to add. ;D
A big thanks to each and every patron who helped dream up this cyberdeck in its entirety.