Step 7: Finished Product and Observations

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 numbers (at least the ones I wanted). The fact the outline was 9x13 in Lego profile made it hard to get a strong base which is why there are so many Plate levels.
You may find your RaspPi board fits tighter or more loose than mine. I put a flat 2x2 clear Plate* (see below) up on edge in the corner were the clear pieces are, squished between the wall and the board to stop the board moving when I put the SD card in or removed it. That is also the reason I used the Megaphone, to separate the USB ports and Ethernet port and hold the board in place. I had also had small 1x1 Plate pieces underneath to hold Board off the base but discovered they were not needed.

*1 – 1x2 Flat Plate            #3069  Clear
   or  2x2 Flat Plate            #3068  Clear

Update: I have changed the LDD files to another site as Minus is not cooperating.
Lego Digital Design .lxf file of the project and 4 other Cases I was working on. Stored on

Really put a lot of time in this and am really looking forward to using my Raspberry Pi. Hope this is useful. 
Thanks to Acacia and Sprocket for their help.

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rfair4049 months ago

Very good write up. I just found your post after throwing together my first pi lego case. I'm sure there will be more to come.