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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.

Update:
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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2 Comments

  1. Hey Adafruit! Thanks for the repost 🙂 I’ve got more documentation here, and if people contact me through tumblr I can share the laser vector files.

    http://robotliberationfront.tumblr.com/post/146672469033/raspberry-pi-3-pimoroni-piano-hat-build

  2. Thanks RLF – I’m subscribed to your YouTube channel and saw it there. I’ll update the blog to reflect your comment – thanks for chiming in!

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