The Short Crust sase is an elegant and well thought out case for your Raspberry Pi, which affords you a fantastic amount of protection for your beloved little computer. The Short Crust case is very easy to put together, but we have created a step-by-step guide below (with videos) to assist you in assembling the case.
If you have not already done so, you can purchase a Short Crust Case here.
Q: HOW DO I ASSEMBLE MY RASPBERRY PI INTO THE SHORT CRUST CASE?
The only tool you will need is a 2mm (or 5/64″) allen key to tighten the screws for the acrylic cover as shown in the picture below:
Step 1: Connect the internal micro USB cable to the Raspberry Pi.
Step 2: Place the Raspberry Pi PCB under the hooks where “PLACE” is written in the case.
Step 3: Rotate the Raspberry Pi towards where “SNAP” is written in the case until you hear a click.
Step 4 (Optional): Place the RCA cover into the cutout on the side of the case.
Step 5: Attach the acrylic cover using the provided screws and the allen key.
Step 6: Peel off the protective layer on the provided rubber feet and stick into the 4 circles on the base of the case.
Click the video link below to see steps 1-4:
Q: HOW DO I INSERT AND REMOVE THE SD CARD?
Step 1: Place the SD card so that the chamfered corner is in the same position as the picture embossed on the case.
Step 2: Slide the SD card in with your thumb until it stops moving.
To Remove: Push down on the SD card with your thumb and slide out of the case.
Click the video link below to see how:
Q: HOW DO I DISASSEMBLE MY RASPBERRY PI FROM SHORT CRUST ?
Step 1: Unscrew and remove the acrylic cover using a 2mm (or 5/64″) allen key.
Step 2 (Optional): Remove the RCA cover from the case if being used.
Step 3: Turn the case over and hold the plastic lever marked “RELEASE” towards the back of the case.
Step 4: Lift the Raspberry Pi out of the case by lifting the USB ports.
Step 5: Disconnect the internal microUSB cable from the Raspberry Pi.
Click the video link below to see steps 2-5: