I was trying to find WBegg's Adapt-a-Damper design on Thingiverse and found this sliding back case design on there. I don't remember seeing it posted on the forum anywhere so here's a link: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1401249
Actually I don't think it is your design. I compared the case I bought from you over a year and a half ago (before I owned a printer), with a print of this design and there are some small differences. The most obvious is where the back "clips in" yours is rounded and this is squared off. Overall the fit is excellent though.
As implied by my second post, quoted above, I realized I've been powering my heatermeter/raspberry pi combo wrong. Redundantly even. I've been powering the raspberry pi AND the hm, ...for longer than I'm willing to admit. Sorry to derail the thread.
I know I do not have a 3D model of any of the HeaterMeter circuit boards, and I am pretty sure Tom didn't make one when designing the 4.2 case either. There are so many tall components sticking up from the board that it can be approximated with two cubes, one the size of the HeaterMeter PCB except ~15mm thick. The other the size of the LCD module, 80x30x13mm. The placement of the holes you can just pull from the 4.2 case model in Fusion360.
Thanks, Bryan. I wanted to ask before I took the time modeling it in Inventor. There are a ton of the individual components available on various 3D parts sites, so I may just cross-reference your parts list and make an assembly.
Would you mind sharing this CAD model? I have a little spare time and was thinking about designing a small-as-possible 4.2 case for the Pi Zero W and that model would be a great starting point. Thanks!
An FYI for those looking for a case for a HM 4.2 with Raspberry Pi Zero W (RPi Zero W); the 2line-TC-Rpi-A+ or 2line-probe-Rpi-A+ cases work as is, as does the Heater Meter 4.2 Sliding Back Case located at https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1401249