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Description: The newest Raspberry Pi enclosure is here, and trust us, it's tough. The TuxCase from Tux-Lab is a nice snug enclosure for Raspberry Pi boards that is machined out of a chunk of 6061 extruded aluminum bar stock. A .118" thick acrylic cover protects the top side of the board while letting you see the status LEDs and providing access to things like the Ethernet, HDMI, and audio jacks. Of course there are openings milled out for the USB 2.0 and micro connectors so you can easily connect power to the board in the enclosure.

Six 4-40 screws are included for attaching the Raspberry Pi board to the enclosure and for securing the acrylic cover. If you want to easily be able to remove your Raspberry Pi from the enclosure, there is an acrylic floor spacer that also comes available with the TuxCase. Also, there are four additional mounting hole drilled and chamfered at 100 degrees into the base of the enclosure to secure your Pi to any surface.

Includes:

  • 1 x Aluminum Enclosure Body
  • 1 x Acrylic Cover
  • 1 x Acrylic Interior Base
  • 2 x Nylon Spacer
  • 2 x Nylon Washer
  • 6 x 4-40 Screws

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Comments 7 comments

  • The only way for this product to be more over the top is to make it in 6 different anodized finishes. That way you can not only buy an over engineered case for your Pi, but you can collect all the colors! i bow and scrape to the people at Tux-Lab for having the stones to do this.

    Well played!

  • HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! A $33 box for a $35 computer (that costs $40) and still no power supply. Oh, the wild and wacky world of Pi !

    BTW, I say this with love - I own 2 of the little beasts, plus a gertboard, a raspirobot board and the acrylic enclosure, so please don’t take me for a hater. I’m just amused as heck by the philosophic contradictions.

  • This little case is awesome, I got it to go with the Pi I keep on my workbench and it works great for keeping it put and safe. The quality is outstanding and there is great access to the IO. It gets pretty hot when the Pi has been running for a while, but it’s nothing to be worried about.

  • how does this look with this cable it looks like it might bend too sharply going out the hole

  • Not that I need it, but the link to the CAD files is dead!


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