Jude Pullen shows how to make a cardboard RasPi case. I especially like the toothpick grill on the front. Jude also has a how-to video where he goes into more detail.

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  • http://gravatar.com/mexoplex mexoplex

    Thats pretty cool. I would have done that If i had my thinking cap on. But alas i got impatient and bought a pre-made case…. very un-Makerish of me. wwAAaa Waaaa.

    • unclekudzu

      Yeah, that’s pretty cool. I was wondering if the cardboard could be fiber-glased or some such for strength?

      I’m planning a cardboard and papier mache pinhole camera based on Jude Pullen’s cardboard modelling technique videos. His little how-to vids are well worth a look.