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Raspberry Pi custom box design.

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Vince Sanders
July 16, 2014

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It is no great secret that my colleagues at Collabora have been doing work with the Raspberry Pi Foundation.

My desk is very near Marco and I often see him working with the various Pi boards. Recently he obtained one of the new B+ units for testing and I thought it looked a little sad sat naked on his desk.

To remedy this bare board problem I designed and built a laser cut a case for him and now the B+ has been publicly released I can make the design freely available.

The design is completely original though is inspired by several other plastic "clip" type designs I have seen. Originally I created and debugged the case design for my parallella though tweaking it for the Pi was pretty easy.

The design is under a CC attribution licence and I ought to say that my employer is in no way responsible for this, its all my own fault.

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