The PiBow Case

After all the festive activities, I have a new case for my Raspberry Pi, the PiBow. Found at pibow.com, it is a durable acrylic layered case for the raspberry Pi. The case offers access to all the ports and the GPIO pins via a ribbon cable.

The PiBow finished and ready to use.

The PiBow finished and ready to use.

When completed it protects the main board and has engraving on the top and base to mark the function of each port.
Held together by 4 nylon bolts, it is very easy to modify, especially as there are expansion layers available for things like a camera module, VESA mount, and electronic prototyping.

The PiBow Case for my Raspberry Pi is finished

The PiBow Case for my Raspberry Pi is finished

PiBow - Step 7

PiBow – Step 7

PiBow - Step 6

PiBow – Step 6

PiBow - Step 5

PiBow – Step 5

PiBow - Step 4

PiBow – Step 4

PiBow - Step 2

PiBow – Step 2

the RPi placed on the PiBow

the RPi placed on the PiBow

The first part of the PiBow

The first part of the PiBow

the Base of the PiBow case

the Base of the PiBow case

the Raspberry Pi as taken with the new camera

the Raspberry Pi as taken with the new camera

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