Most parts were printed at 10% infill accept for the controller plates, those I printed at 40% infill.
Directions for Build (Still working on these)
Print out all parts.
Set up the Raspberry Pi display following the directions here:
Attach your buttons to the plates and then following the wiring diagram solder jumper wires to the buttons as well as solder in the common ground wire.
Take the Front Left and Front Right and Backmiddle parts out for the next step.
With the touchscreen facing down (on a clean cloth or something to protect the screen)
carefully position the front left and right pieces around the screen, then place the backmiddle piece around the pie.
Secure all of these pieces together and attach to the screen using the 4 mount points on the touchscreen.
Next secure the button plates to the front right and left parts and run your jumper wires to the Raspberry Pi following the diagram found here:
Wiring in Power:
The slide switchs connect to the EN and GND pins the Adafruit PowerBoost1000C.
The 2500mAh batteries plugs into the JST connector on the PowerBoost1000C. You can charge the battery by connecting a microUSB cable.
Raspberry Pi 2:
Positive+ and -Negative pins on the PowerBoost1000C connect to the Pi on GPIO #2 for 5V power and GPIO # 6 for ground.
Wiring in Sound
you need to wire the stereo plug to the amp into the R+ and L+ pins with the ground (bare wire) wired to either l- or r- pins. You also need a small wire that connects l- to r-
Solder jumper wires to VDD and GND pins on amp. Connect wires to +positive and -negative pins on PowerBoost 1000c.
it should look like this minus the hdmi display card on the bottom right: