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Before getting my Raspberry Pi B model in the mail I made up my mind to make a case for it (pretty much a necessity). After looking at many very cool ...
Amount - Description Part # 2 - 1x1 Brick #3005 (Clear) 2 - 1x2 Brick #3004 (Clear) 1 - 1x1 Round P...
Lego Raspberry Pi Case. (All Parts Black unless noted). Update: I have changed the LDD files to another site as Minus is not cooperating. Lego Digital...
The Footer was originally so the RaspPi board had enough clearance for cord endings on the HDMI and Audio/Video area. I originally had different colou...
The walls were originally clear, in fact most of the case was until I discovered how hard it was to find clear pieces anymore. It looked really cool ...
The Header ties it all together, and makes it quite strong. Level 7: Header 4 - 1x8 Plates #3460 2 - 1x3 Plates #3623 1 - 1x2 Plate ...
Because of the odd 9x13 layout I was not sure how to close up the case. I wanted to put in a fan... just in case, and that's when I switched to the Te...
So it turns out that the Raspberry Pi Type B board was not designed with Lego in mind from what I can tell. ;) Most Lego pieces are based on even num...
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