So I recently bought a STS-Pi to go with my new Pi Zero, but I was a bit disappointed that I couldn't mount the Pi Zero to the rover in its case. Of course I could have bought some new bolts or drilled some new holes. My solution? More 3D printing.
Introducing the "Pi Zero Payload Shim"!
It's a pretty simple design: a 2mm layer that converts the existing Raspberry Pi mounting holes in the STS-Pi base layer to those of the Raspberry Pi Zero Pibow screw holes. The beautiful thing is the holes for the Pibow screws are just tight enough that I don't need the nuts to hold the case closed, which means easy access to the Pi inside.
Pimp my STS-Pi!
(Next, I'm printing some new battery clips to hold my ever-so-slightly too large battery.)