First section of the assembly requires measuring wires, cutting, stripping, tinning and soldering. It's a good idea to connect the component and test the circuit before mounting anything to the enclosure.


With the components wired up, we'll test power to ensure all the connections are solid. We connect the display to the kippah and the Raspberry Pi to ensure the circuit is working properly before mounting.


Once the components are wired up, you'll mount sections of the circuit to the enclosure using machine screws. This will keep everything secured in place.


This assembly is segmented and formatted linearly to make the build an easy experience. Keeping the circuit modular allows you to trouble shoot more easily and makes mounting parts more optimal.

This guide was first published on Jun 15, 2015. It was last updated on Jun 15, 2015.

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