Category Archives: Raspberry Pi Case

I have just received new boards from Farnell so I can speed up the Moebius Linux development process, previous board is now running as a stable machine inside my Raspi ALU Case, I have purchased new boards for developing purposes … Continue reading

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Everybody is going crazy with these Raspberry Pi cards, it’s a nice board with a lot of potential and one of the common activities seen in these months around the web is case construction, there’re also ¬†websites with rankings and … Continue reading

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Now it’s time to finally connect all these pieces to get the planned case, as mentioned in previous post I’ve worked on the front panel with a dremel, here’s the result: I’ve created a small cable extension so I can … Continue reading

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Now it’s time for the case to face off cabling and fixing problems involved with the Pi, to get a clean solution I’ve wisely created few holes on the Raspi PVC handler, as shown from the picture below Here are:

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In this second post I’ll show you some details of what’s inside my case. To place the Raspberry card I’ve initially thought about using a cheap plywood piece as a base but I’ve immediately switched to the more reliable, insulated, … Continue reading

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Here’s my first case for my first Pi. I’ve used my raspberry for a while, I’ve played with it, I’ve used it on my desk as many of you, now it’s time for its final placement: a small and tiny … Continue reading

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