For a full tutorial on setting up the Raspberry Pi check out http://learn.adafruit.com/diy-wifi-raspberry-pi-touch-cam
For printing settings, follow our recommended slice settings.
pitouch-band.stl - Ninjaflex @225c
pitouch-cover - transparent PLA @230c
pitouch-bottom - PLA or ABS @230c
pitouch-top - PLA or ABS @230c
pitouch-tripod - PLA or ABS @230c
pitouch-caming - PLA or ABS @230c
Compatible with Photo Jojo iPhone lenses
Fit the cover into the top part, with the camera holes aligned. Insert the camera ring part into the top part. Use a short ribbon cable to connect the Pi Camera. With the camera and touch screen mounted to the pi, position the pi camera to the back of the pi, covering the ethernet port. Align the camera upright and insert it into the top enclosure part, the pins on the cover part should fit into the center mounting holes of the pi cam. Position the top part onto the pi. Carefully fit the bottom part onto the touch screen. Press to snap fit them together. Tripod mount can be attached to the bottom of the camera, align up the audio and s-video ports. You can alternatively print the pitouch-band part in flexible material to hold the tripod mount to the camera. To attach a lens, insert a 12mm split ring into the camera ring piece. The photojojo lens use magnets for mount and connects to the split ring.