Adding Teeth

We printed the piplus-teeth.stl part in transparent PLA to give the enclosure a bit of transparency. White PLA would also work well. The piplus-teeth.stl part will snap into the opening cut out in the piplus-top.stl part.

Secure Teeth

We recommend using adhesives to keep the teeth secured inside the enclosure part. This part has a fillet applied to the teeth, so they are not sharp and safe to touch!

Insert Pi B+ into enclosure

Place the Raspberry Pi B+ on top of the inside of the piplus-bottom.stl part. Insert the Pi B+ at an angle so the audio/video jack is inserted first.

Pi B+ inside enclosure

Position the Raspberry Pi B+ over the pi-plus-bottom.stl part with the ports lined up with the openings in the part.

Secure Pi B+ to Enclosure

Add four #4-40 flat phillips screws to the mounting holes of the piplus-bottom.stl part. Fasten them until the screw reaches the PCB.

Secured Pi B+

Yey, the Raspberry Pi B+ is now secured to the piplus-bottom.stl part with four machine screws.

Close up Pi Enclosure

Position the piplus-top.stl part over the Raspberry Pi B+ with the ports lined up with the port opening. Snap it shut and fasten the 4 phillips screws until the enclosure is tight and secured.

Pi B+ Enclosure

The enclosure is 2mm thick and should protect the contents of the Raspberry Pi B+. Although the DOMO-KUN theme is nice, we encourage you to customize the design to fit your project.
This guide was first published on Aug 12, 2014. It was last updated on Oct 14, 2018. This page (Assembly) was last updated on May 04, 2015.