Please take care when assembling, it is plywood after all! Take your time.
- Start from the base (with ventilation grid), place your Pi on it to act as a guide. You can you the two little circular pieces to keep the Pi straight, as otherwise the SD card slot will tilt the board.
- Take the long piece (labelled A) with circular holes for the side of the Pi which has the audio and video plugs. Join the base and part A so that the letter is standing upright.
- Slide the other parts onto the base making the fingers cross. Just proceed anti-clockwise from part A till D. They should fit well together, neither too tight nor too loose.
- Finally add the top (with Raspberry Pi logo or other image engraved). This will make the whole structure more stable.
- Now it is up to you if you want to use the brackets for extra stability. They also act as feet and help cooling as there is a large ventilation grid cut out of the bottom piece.
Done! I wish you the best of fun with your cased Raspberry Pi!
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