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# An 21x29.7 Art foam Cardboard
 
# An 21x29.7 Art foam Cardboard
 
# Cutter
 
# Cutter
# Glue (the gel kind is the best
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# Glues : sticker and gel
  
 
How to :
 
How to :
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# Print the template with the right scale
 
# Print the template with the right scale
 
# Validate the sizes
 
# Validate the sizes
# Glue the template on the board  
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# Glue the template on the board using the glue sticker
# Cut, assemble and glue
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# Cut, assemble and glue using the glue gel
 
# If the RPi will stay powered for a long time.  A few vent holes could be added
 
# If the RPi will stay powered for a long time.  A few vent holes could be added
Final touch
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Final touch:
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# Print a Raspberry Pi logo and glue it
 
# Print a Raspberry Pi logo and glue it
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The libreCad file could be downloaded : [[File:Raspberry-pi-3mm-foamboard-case.dxf‎ | Raspberry Pi Foam Case]]
  
 
== RPNuino ==
 
== RPNuino ==

Revision as of 16:20, 23 July 2012

HJ-Alceol

Projects

  1. RPi Art FoamCardBoard case In Case Page
  2. RPNuino

An 4€ RPi case

When having an RPi for 30€, buying a 15€ case is quit expensive. I decided to create this case. You just need :

  1. An 21x29.7 Art foam Cardboard
  2. Cutter
  3. Glues : sticker and gel

How to :

  1. Print the template with the right scale
  2. Validate the sizes
  3. Glue the template on the board using the glue sticker
  4. Cut, assemble and glue using the glue gel
  5. If the RPi will stay powered for a long time. A few vent holes could be added

Final touch:

  1. Print a Raspberry Pi logo and glue it

The libreCad file could be downloaded : File:Raspberry-pi-3mm-foamboard-case.dxf

RPNuino

This project aims to interface an Arduino stack thru the standard USB port. It will be coupled with an RPN kindof calculator allowing a Php/Apache stack to send commands and retrieve information on the Arduino.

The RPi runs under Arch linux with only the eth0 connection.

Work in progress !