July 25, 2014 AT 3:00 pm
Build a Twin Raspberry Pi B+ “Rack Case” @Raspbery_Pi #piday #raspberrypi
tutorial from Instructables user RichSchumaker shows you how to build a simple rack case for you new Model B+:
So I have built and bought several Raspberry Pi cases.
Before I could get a RasPi I owned several high quality paper cases.
Once it came out I graduated to cardboard, leather, Legos, and purchased cases.
I would buy a Pi and create or buy a new case.
I just received the new RasPi Model B+ so I started a case search.
While searching I remembered I bought some nylon screws and nuts for the Pi camera, they were the wrong size(d’oh!!) so I threw them in the ‘pile of stuff to use later’.
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