Pibow ninja coupe raspberry pi case build

I ordered a Pibow Ninja Coupe a few days ago, and got it delivered to work this morning.
This post is full of photos, unboxing the case and assembling the case with the raspberry pi inside it!

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The case arrived at work this morning

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At home, waiting to be opened

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Tools needed: a knife to open the packaging, and a flat-head screwdriver to tighten the screws at the end (and a raspberry pi to put inside the case)

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Cutting along the line so that I can keep the instructions intact (if I wasn’t making a blog post, I’d have ripped it open!)

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Packaging intact!

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The Pibow case is made from individual sections of acrylic, looks like it has been laser cut, and each part has a thin film on it.

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Peeling off the film

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Stacking the layers on top of each other – the layers are marked with numbers and stack in order.

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Placing the Raspberry pi on top of the second layer

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The case is complete! there is access to the GPIO, SD card slot, power, usb, hdmi, Ethernet ports, etc – without opening the case.

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pibow ninja coupe assembled

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Final image – my home-lab for a size comparison.

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