Install Antenna into Case

Carefully insert the 3D printed antenna piece into the large cutout on the case. Press the part all the through until it snaps into place - it should have a snug fit and stay in place.

Install Pi

Orient the Raspberry Pi board so the microSD, USB and HDMI ports are lined up with the cutouts in the case. Then, press the board down until the nubs from the standoffs are inserted into the mounting holes on the Raspberry Pi.

Installing Cover

The acrylic top can be press fitted into the cutout on the case cover. It'll have a snug fit and hold in place when its press fitted onto the case.

Installed Cover

The cover has a pretty tight fit. Start by claming it on the corners of the slanded edge and press each corner of the cover into the case. Pro Tip - Use the surface of a table to help while applying force to the two pieces until they snap together.

Raspberry Pi Lure Module Case

And that's it! Now you have a pretty sweet looking case for the Raspberry Pi. If Niantic stops the python scripts from ever working again, at least you have a dope looking case! You can also change up the python code to make the LED blink, since they are already connected ;-)

This guide was first published on Aug 15, 2016. It was last updated on May 06, 2024.

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