How to 3D print your own pi-top parts



It’s now been over 6 years since our debut on Indiegogo using 3D printing to improve the Raspberry Pi. Despite our products now being produced with more reliable moulded plastics and machined metals, our love for 3D printing is as strong as ever! In every location where we have hardware developers, you can be sure to find a 3D printer!



A perfect example of this is Wil: our Director of Technology, video content-creator and overall 3D printing boffin! That’s right, those printers in the background of our recent videos aren’t just for show…

Today, we are excited to announce the launch of the pi-top 3D printing library on Thingiverse! We have exported a bunch of useful parts already, and are tinkering with many more interesting ideas to come!

On our page, you will only find 3D data for pi-top parts that we have printed and function-tested - giving you peace of mind with every print!

We’re really excited about this as it enables us to directly share & collaborate with you on interesting additions & customisations to your pi-top! Keep your eyes peeled for what’s to come!

If you’ve already made your own 3D printed improvements to your pi-top, we would love to see them! Be sure to share them on our forum or through our Thingiverse page!