HomeBridge – Enclosure

As my Homebridge Project extends, It’s time to give my Raspberry Pi, that’s functioning as HomeBridge server, a proper Enclosure. The goal is to make a casing that feels and looks like a Apple product , simplifying installation and eliminating clutter. So at first I took the dimensions from the Apple TV 4 casing, As then, I can also mount it to the wall with my previous Apple TV 4 – Wall Mount.

Lets, make the next step in my home automation.


Then the design the Homebridge Enclosure in Fusion 360. Fusion 360 is a 3D CAD, CAM, and CAE tool that connects your entire product development process in a single cloud-based platform that works on both Mac and PC. You can download it here.

In the design stage I stumbled upon the Power supply issue, As the Raspberry Pi doesn’t has the power connector on one side and the other connectors on the other side of the PCB. I still wanted the clean Apple look so I had an idea: A Micro USB B Male to Micro USB B Female Cable with Lock Panel Mount.

So I designed the HomeBridge server Enclosure so that it is now possible to connect the power at the back.

After a few hours of designing and 3D Printing this is the end product!

Here’s a look inside.

The power extension cable works for now, but Its isn’t what I aspected. It al fit’s like it should, but it’s to fragile. So I need to find a more solid solution.

So back to the drawing board for Version 1.2.0


Download all Files for this project on github.
or download them form Thingiverse here.
Do you have any questions? Leave a comment down below!
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