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This is the enclosure for my PiPod project. The PiPod is a portable music player made with a Raspberry Pi Zero.
In the bottom part of the enclosure there is room to mount the Raspberry Pi Zero, a Powerboost 500C, a slide switch, 3.5mm Audio jack and a 1200mAh battery. The display and the buttons could be attached to the top part. The top part hinges in and is secured to the bottom part using three 2mm screws.
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