Introduction: Raspberry Pi Cooling.

This is my first Instructables.

Step 1: Things You Need.

Raspberry pi
Raspberry pi overclock kit (fan, heat sink.)
Case (optional)
A computer
Printer
Google sketch up
Pepakura designer
X-Acto knife
Glue

Step 2: Google Sketch Up.

Make the design using Google sketch up and export it out as a .dae file.

Step 3: Pepakura.

Open pepakura designer 3 and unfold it. Make for sure your sizes are right. Then print it.

Step 4: Cutting.

After you printed it you are going to need to cut it out with an X-Acto knife and glue it together.

Step 5: Raspberry Pi.

After you've designed it, printed it, cut and glued it it's time to put it in the raspberry pi over the heatsinks. I had to make some small adjustments to mine and I also glued the fan to the top of it.

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Bryanmatthew7 made it!(author)2014-12-25

Try 3d printing a case, and the fan shroud! It would look much cleaner! Anyways goodjob!

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audreyobscura made it!(author)2014-05-20

Nice job with your build - thanks for sharing it on instructables. What do you think you are going to publish next?

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aclevidence made it!(author)2014-06-04

dont know yet.

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