Most Raspberry Pi Lego cases on the net had a 13x9 lego-dot footprint.

I wanted to make mine smaller.

I present to you the 12x9 lego-dot Rasperry Pi B+ LEGO Case.

It fits the board perfectly, no movement whatsoever!

You will need two unusual pieces - one of which I have never seen before (last photo on this page)

Step 1: More Photos

I tried to give a detailed photo of every important point.

The parts I used were the ones' I had, not the best for the job.

I'll try to meddle with the cover, maybe find some parts with holes in them for ventilation.

And maybe order parts to better colour-match the whole thing.

If there are any questions or anything that needs explanation or just a better photo - I'll be happy to help.

Good luck,


<p>I also made my own version of it - in white, for the Raspberry Pi 2!</p><p>I included a &quot;ladder&quot; in the top of the case, to make it open for air to come in, but still kind of closed. I also made this little mechanism, making it easy to open. And then of course the 1x1 transparent brick that perfectly fits so you can see the lights.</p><p>Thanks for sharing this! :)</p>
<p>Hi, nice case ! </p><p>I made my own for a raspberry pi 2.<br> Already seems nice ! <br><br>Thank you.</p>
<p>Nice! I like the colour!</p>
<p>I don't recall seeing this done before, which kind of surprises me. It's such a great idea!</p>
Hi, Thanks!<br>There are a number of Pi cases made out of lego,<br>most of them are not for the newer, B+ model, and all the ones' I have found are slightly larger.<br>The size annoyed me mostly because of the uneven number of lego-blocks (9x13), not because of the minor size difference.<br>I managed to get it down to 9x12<br>
<p>Two images of the top cover</p>

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