This Raspberry Pi 3 B+ case is ultra sleek. If you want something that looks great with plenty of airflow, this is the case for you. The designer, mkellsy, released the case design with multiple face plates. You can have a solid honeycomb pattern or use one of the face plates designed to go with a fan for extra cooling. This case gets points for versatility and clean design.
Let's face it—flip phones aren't as cool as they used to be. But no one said anything about the folding Pi case! This sweet case, designed by walter on Thingiverse, prints in one piece and folds securely around your Raspberry Pi. You will need a couple of screws for this case, but once it's together you'll find it fits like a glove.
If you've got a project to tinker with, this Raspberry Pi case is for you. Designer, vinjegaard, made this case with the GPIO pins exposed—making it perfect for projects that require frequent access to the GPIO pins. In addition to the added functionality, you can choose from a variety of decorative face plates.
Over-the-top? I don't know the meaning of the phrase!
This RetroPie Raspberry Pi case not only houses your Pi, it pays serious homage to one of the most popular programs for the Raspberry Pi. Visit our guide to learn more about how to set up RetroPie on the Raspberry Pi. The case also features working buttons. Once you've got RetroPie installed, you can wire the case buttons to turn the Raspberry Pi on and off. All credit goes to iClint for this clever case design.
This design, created by NexusTechnology, takes everything you thought you knew about Raspberry Pi cases and turns it sideways. The Retro Nexus System case houses your Pi in what looks like an old school desktop tower. It looks great for display purposes but still gives plenty of access to critical ports.
This case was featured in our Pi Zero SNES controller guide–the GamePad Zero! Designed by Sigismond0, this case attaches to the front plate of an original SNES controller. It keeps your Pi Zero snug, safe, and ready for some serious retro gaming. Download your own SNES controller Pi case on Thingiverse here.
Represent your favorite how-to tech source with the official howchoo Raspberry Pi case! This case was designed with the Raspberry Pi 3 B+ in mind, but also fits older Pi models. The case exposes every port on the Pi—including the SD card slot. It has open windows on both sides to provide plenty of ventilation. Best of all, the lid has a special howchoo peep window.
Note: Be sure to place the lid with the bottom of the h pointing to the USB ports. The extra lip will help secure the Pi.
A 3D-printed house? What about a store that 3D prints you a custom shoe? And will we be able to, one day, 3D print our way to Mars? It's all possible!