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*[https://files.pine64.org/doc/rockpro64/ROCKPro64%20NAS%20Case%20Exploded%20View%20Diagram.pdf NAS Case Exploded View]
*[https://files.pine64.org/doc/rockpro64/ROCKPro64%20NAS%20Case%20Exploded%20View%20Diagram.pdf NAS Case Exploded View]
*[https://files.pine64.org/doc/rockpro64/NAS%20Case%20Drawing.dwg NAS Case Drawing]
*[https://files.pine64.org/doc/rockpro64/NAS%20Case%20Drawing.dwg NAS Case Drawing]
= 3D printable ITX mounting brackets =
[[file:ITX-Bracket-Mounted.jpg|300px|thumb|right|A Quartz64-A mounted in an ITX case using 3D printed brackets]]
Allows mounting a ROCKPro64-A or Quartz64-A board inside a regular PC case that conforms to the ITX standard, using 3D printed brackets:
* AMF/STL/STEP files plus the original FreeCAD file used to create the models [[File:RP64-A_Q64-A_to_ITX_mounting_brackets.zip]]
* Make sure to flip the two brackets by 180 degrees on one of the horizontal axes (X/Y) in your slicer of choice before printing to avoid unnecessary supports
* To allow enough clearance between the board and the bracket you either need to print four copies of the washer model or add nut(s) between the board and the bracket
* If using nuts for the clearance between the board and the brackets, make sure it creates at least 3.2mm of spacing in between


= Other Resources =
= Other Resources =
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