What you have shared i guess it is easily do able. And i would have done the same like other people do as you have mentioned in your post gluing the screws to the case and placing the R pi on it.CoconutPi wrote:I would like to turn the Internet (a black box) into a case for my raspberry pi. Lot of room for expansion. It's my first raspberry pi project. Ideally I would want the ethernet and USB ports flush against the side of the case. I'm going to dremel out holes for the ports. I'd like to get the HDMI and power out on the same side. There an adapter or an extender I could purchase? Where can I get a power switch for the box? The light on top works, but right now its connected to a battery and switch. Can I get it to run off the power of the raspberry pi? How can I secure the raspberry pi onto the case? From what I've seen on other projects people glue screws to a case and then place the raspberry pi on.
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I purchased the flat panel HDMI and USB cable. What would be the best method to mount it?stewart_elmwood wrote:To bring connectors to one side, you'll need panel mount adaptors, such as: gpiozero so you can make it flash comically/ominously under programme control.
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