Case for Matrix Voice and Pi3A+

Rhasspy Dot Case for Pi3A+ Matrix Voice and Speakers
Slim modular offline voice assistant case
For Configuration see

I have printed a white and a black version - see pictures.


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Assemby:

print all parts
glue the fabric to the cover - i used superglue
cut the fabric rests from the cover
mount the matrix voice hat with 2 small screws
connect speakers trough speaker case, pi spacer and pi ring
stack pi ring, pi, and pi spacer to the cover mit matrix voice hat
mount speakercase with 4 screws to pi ring
glue speakers to speakerplate - superglue
mount stand and speakerplate to speaker case with 6 screws
put the completed inlet in outher case - press and keep hole for power connector in mind
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nice! Thanks, I still do not have a 3d printer…

Hi,

if you wish - i can print you the parts.
Grinding an polishing will be your job :wink:

One question actually, can you also make a case without the Pi? Just the matrix voice? I am looking for a nice enclosure. I think I can manage an old friend printing it for me, but have not seen him in a while

Hi,

do you need speakers? If so - what type of speakers? At best with measurings.

Greetings

Andreas

I like the way you have them, I do not know what type that is.
Currently I have the speaker from an pi zero audiohat attached, but that is 1 speaker and I want two. Maybe a bit like your Pi3 version, but with a lower form factor

Hi,

this is work in progress - i have to testprint it.

Speakers:

Or somthing similar with 28mm and hight under 6mm

This will be 23mm in height. If you consider to unsolder the
connector from matrix voice, i can make it even smaler.

Greetings Andreas

Nice work. Can you tell us where and which cables you bought for the speakers that fit the Matrix Voice? I have not yet been able to find out what exactly fits.

That is great! Thanks for your work!

Nah, I am not that good with soldering irons :slight_smile:

Hi,

i earned the connectors from old laptops, also the speakers but this are normal standard connectors.
Here are the specs of the connector:
https://www.digikey.com/en/products/detail/hirose-electric-co-ltd/DF13-2P-1.25DSA/241765

and this is the female part:
https://www.digikey.com/en/products/detail/hirose-electric-co-ltd/DF13-2S-1.25C/241748

These connectors will work and are commonly available
https://eckstein-shop.de/JST12C25mm2PinSteckverbindermit10cmKabeldraht20Paare?googlede=1&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6rjzl4rh9QIVjNd3Ch1rgwGxEAQYAyABEgI46_D_BwE

greetings

Andreas

Hi testprint is printing 10h remaining…will send pictures tomorrow

greetings

Andreas

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Hi,

new files are on thingiverse.

keep in mind - its a proof of concept print with low res - not grinded, painted nor polished.
The absolute height is about 24 mm. Speakers should be not heigher as 6 mm.















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Looks pretty cool! The speakers are supposed to be glued in those holes right?

Yes youre right!

There are supports inside.
This is a photo of the first test print.

Greetings

Andreas

Finally ordered 1 with a printservice :slight_smile:

Where did you get that piece of cloth from for the top?

Hi,

Its a part of a child car seat….

Greetings

haha! That is briljant :smiley: