Pimoroni Piano HAT Built into a Laser-Cut Plywood Baby Grand Piano @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi
So cute! And that little rug is a nice touch 🙂
Cut on a 60w Epilog Mini, 8th inch plywood. This one is held together with tension from the tabs, could be glued though for extra structural integrity.
See the comment below from the maker Robot Liberation Front to contact them about the vector files to make your own lil’ baby grand pi-ano. See more images of the project here.
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