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Join the Raspberry Revolution and discover programming, Linux, electronics, and more with the help of Raspberry Pi For Dummies.
About the Authors Sean McManus is the author of many technology and business books and a former staff writer at Internet Magazine. Mike Cook is a veteran tech author and freelance consultant specializing in all things physical computing.
Follow these easy steps to make a case for your Raspberry Pi:
1. P rint the template. The template is set up for ISO A4 paper, but will work with US Letter paper, too. Either way, be sure to turn off the “scale to fit” option in your printer settings. Cut the template out along the solid lines. I f you’re using the GPIO, cut a hole big enough for your cables or connectors to fit. F old along the dotted lines and glue the tabs to fit the box together. D on’t forget to insert your Raspberry Pi before you close the lid!
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Original Punnet template design by Ian McPhee
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Measure this scale with a ruler before cutting to be sure the template has printed correctly.
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