This is my first Raspberry Pi Case. You place your Model B Board in the bottom half of the case which has plenty of ventilation. Then attach the top part of the case by placing over the top and letting the clips on each side click. The top plate also has plenty of ventilation to make sure your Pi does not over cook. I will be adapting this over time and making it much better. If you have any suggestions please do leave a comment below.
- Place Raspberry Pi in bottom section. (Should fit comfortably)
- Place the top cover of the top and press until you hear a click. This is the clips holding the top case on locking in to the case.
To remove the case just follow the instructions above in reverse order.
Please note this case was designed around size specs and has not been tested yet.
[Update :: 05 May 2012] I will be making a new case and this one will be taken down.
[Update :: 25 April 2012] You can now get a vesa mount for this case. Just print off the mount and your chosen lid. It is perfect for fitting to any vesa compatible device such as monitors or arms with either 100mm or 75mm holes.
[Update :: 24 April 2012] I have just uploaded the second top for the case. You can now choose between two different tops. More tops will be available soon.
[Update :: 23 April 2012] I have sliced up the file to include both bottom and top halves for smaller build areas.
This case was base on the Raspiberry Pi case by HansH.