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TRS-80 Model I – Level II ROM Upgrade PCB Mount
Last Update:December 01, 2018
Source URL: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3252566/files
Summary: Mounting bracket for Level II ROM Upgrade PCB, on a Radio Shack TRS-80 Model I computer.
TRS-80 Model I – Screw Standoffs Plate
Last Update: July 18, 2018
Source URL: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3010034
Summary:TRS-80 model I computers have screw standoffs that can break or get stripped over time. This screw standoffs plate can be used to replace all screw standoffs completely.
The standoffs plate needs to be printed in two separate pieces due to the length. Unit of measure is millimeters (mm).
To install, remove all original screw standoffs with a rotary tool like a Dremel. Then, use a strong epoxy plastic adhesive to glue the plate down to the surface plane where the original standoffs used to be. Make sure the plate is positioned so that the new screw standoffs align with where the original standoffs used to be.
NOTE: Before permanently gluing this to the case, do a test fit with a hot glue gun.
TRS-80 Model I – Screw Post
Last Update: November 07, 2018
Source URL: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3202410
Summary:Replacement screw post for Radio Shack TRS-80 Model I computer.
TRS-80 Model I – Keyboard Spacers
Last Update: November 07, 2018
Source URL: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3764548
Summary:Quick and easy design for the spacers that go in between the keyboard and the mainboard
TRS-80 Model I – Expansion Interface Port Cover
Last Update: July 22, 2019
Source URL: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3330282
Summary: This is a replacement cover for the Expansion Interface port on the Radio Shack TRS-80 Model I computer. It’s been modeled by taking precise measurements of an original cover. It fits really well, but you might have to shave off a little bit from one of the sides if it does not fit correctly because the opening on the TRS-80 seems to be a bit angled. Just use a razor blade or even fine sand paper.
Print it standing up, with the hooks pointing up. Use supports.
TRS-80 Model I – Expansion Interface Expansion Port Cover
Last Update: October 19, 2019
Source URL: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3925677
Summary: TRS-80 Model I expansion interface Expansion port covers.
The Mod I unit port cover is an edit of “TRS-80 Model 1 – Expansion Interface Port Cover by barrakuda
Blank Cover Printing:
When printing, it’s probably simplest to position the blank covers face down on the print bed. I’m going to experiment printing them upright to get a smooth external surface, but I could possibly more effectively solve the surface problem by using epoxy and paint.
Connector Hood Cover Printing:
The nicest prints of the hooded covers are produced when you stand them up with the connector bracket toward the top of the model. You’ll need to enable supports, but probably only on the “inside”.
Use double sided tape between hood covers and edge connectors to hold cover on. They don’t fit tightly enough to stay in place otherwise.
TRS-80 Model I/III – Mise and Mise3 Enclosure
Last Update: April 23, 2016
Source URL: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1511122
Summary: Enclosuse for a MISE and MISE3 Add-On Board.
TRS-80 Model III/4 – Key Switch Stem
Last Update: December 28, 2020
Source URL: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4700907
Summary: 3D-printable replacement for broken key stems. You can desolder the key switch in your system, open them (be careful not to break the clamps which are VERY fragile), and apply conductive paint to the domes.
TRS-80 Model III/4 – Keyboard Cover
Last Update: December 04, 2020
Source URL: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3988058
Summary: TRS-80 keyboard cover. You need a big build plate for this.
TRS-80 Model III/4 – FreHD Bezel
Last Update: June 02, 2020
Source URL: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4419334
Summary: newSOFT FreHD Bezel for TRS-80 (remixed from redrum69)
TRS-80 Model III/4 – FreHD Bezel – 3.5″ Bay or External
Last Update: February 21, 2019
Source URL: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3444384
Summary:This will allow for mounting a FreHD TRS-80 hard drive emulator in a 3 1/2″ drive bay. There are versions for two FreHD board layouts (Rev 3.01 and 3.03) and an LED back plate. For more information see the TRS-80 Model 1-4/4P group on Facebook.
The photos show it mounted in a 3 1/2″ to 5 1/4″ bay adapter.
2 adapters are for 3.01 and 3.03 Rev FreHD have only bottom mounting holes and the other 2 have both bottom and side mounting holes. The ones with the side mounting holes have the _1 suffix.
Newly Added, cover.stl. A snap on cover for the bay adapter to make a full external enclosure.