Make a small Mac with a Raspberry Pi Zero and a 3D printer

Would you like to learn how to make a Mini Mac like this?

Printed in 3D, this old-fashioned mini Mac actually conceals a Raspberry Pi Zero accompanied by a bit of hardware such as an LCD screen, to run a macOS emulator on it.

Several models (STL) are available to make a Mac Plus , Mac SE , Mac SE30 or the Mac Classic and of course, all the technical explanations, files and software are provided on the Instructables site.

I leave you with a demo . There is even sound. Frankly, it makes you want to and after reading the tutorial, it doesn’t seem that complicated to do.

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SAKHRI Mohamed
SAKHRI Mohamed

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