This is a modification of the Pibow case for the HiFiBerry DAC. We will release the STL files when it is finished for “print-your-own-case”. Only the layers 1-4 can be used without modification, therefore it might be the best idea to print all layers.
Is this still audio related? As our major project at the moment if the HiFiBerry DAC, we think it still is somehow related. You want to build your own case for the Raspberry Pi + HiFiBerry? This 3D model of the Raspberry Pi base board might help you designing one.
In the past I used TurboCAD for loudspeaker designs. Unfortunately my TurboCAD version is extremely old and also does not run on my Mac. Therefore, I was looking for a new CAD software. Sketchup is good for some designs, but has two major problems: It is not designed for the creation of small parts (it is not usable for sub-millimeter resolution) and it does not support boolean operations in 3D (the commercial version does, but not the free version).
After looking at several open source CAD systems I decided to start using FreeCAD. FreeCAD is extremely powerful, it supports even parametric modeling. Unfortunately this also means that you need some time to learn how to use it. FreeCAD is available for Windows, Linux and Mac. Unfortunately, the Mac version is a bit less stable than the Linux and Windows version.
There is another problem for Mac users: You need a third mouse key. MagicPrefs worked well with my Magic Mouse to implement this on MacOS.
Update 16.06.2013: The parametric modeling is extremely powerful if you understand how it works. It makes changes on existing components very easy. Unfortunately the MacOS version of FreeCAD has some stability issues. Therefore save often or use the Linux version in a virtual machine.
HiFiBerry is an addon-board for the Raspberry Pi. It will be connected to the board by USB. You can add it directly or using an external USB cable. To connect it directly to the USB port, the USB jack and the audio and video jacks have to be removed.
The PCB design for the HiFiBerry version 1 is almost finished. Due to the limited space, there will be no SPDIF in and out connection on the board. There is some space left for a pin header for these ports.
The circuit uses an external power regulator to provide the best possible audio quality. The audio chip is a PCM2906 which is known for its good audio quality.
My SK104 heatsink model for Sketchup/EagleUp is available in 3D Warehouse.
Have a look on this great software: EagleUp. It creates 3D models from your Eagle PCB designs.