These are additional parts for Gameboy Nano from Rasmushauschild.
One part is designed to hold the PCB with the small tactile switches and the OLED display.
The second part is to hold the Raspberry, the 500C PowerBoost from Adafruit and the small slide switch to power on/off the Pi. This last part is also proposed without the switch holder if you prefer using another one.
There is a third optional part which can be sticked using double sided tape on the first part (PCB and display holder). I don’t use it since my cables are a bit too long and take too much space.
I made my custom PCB which I sticked on my internal part using thick double sided tape. Then the whole set is screwed inside the front box part.
The Pi can be secured using a small M2x10mm screw with the corresponding nut. this is optional as the parts fit well together (I don’t use this screw).
Finaly, to close the box, use 2 M2x25mm screws at the bottom of the front and back side of the Nano and use 3 or 4 tiny drops of Super Glue on upper surrounding of main box part. The box should be easily openable though well closed for a normal day to day use (I use to store it it my pocket).
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