Lachlan Barden shared his project with us:
At the start of the year i was issued with a hsc major project. And i had just seen your touch pi project and i went straight to your forums and asked had anyone made a 7 inch one and no one at the time had. So i decided that i would try. You guys made the pi latop which i copied the keyboard insert off. And i stuck felt and ribbon on the bottom to make it easier to come out. 2 of the pis usbs go to the four external usb ports and 1 is used for your kippah and the other for your wifi usb card.
Thanks so much for your 123d design tutorials and information on 3d printing, you made it quite easy for someone to follow along and create something that they are quite proud of! Your an great tech company that i will now loyally follow forever!
Keep up the amazing content on your youtube page..
In a part of this project i had to also produce a website which is
On this website i have put a video on the pi page about building it, printing it and designing it. If your curious..
But once i finish year 12 i plan to make some adjustments and build a touch pi 2 that has wireless charging…
Thanks once again..
Thank YOU Lachlan for making, sharing and being awesome!
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