Kit Instructions

You'll find instructions and related post for the various kits we offer below.  If you've got additional questions about any of this stuff feel free to leave a comment on the instructions page or just yell at me directly via email (craig@built-to-spec.com).

Non-Enclosure Instructions

Neuron Build Instructions

Electric Hamster Build Instructions

Rubber Band Gun Business Card Instructions:

Rubber band gun business card instructions

Enclosure Instructions

A13-OLinuXino Enclosure Assembly Instructions

APC Enclosure Assembly Instructions

APC Rock Enclosure Assembly

Arduino Adafruit LCD Case

BeagleBoard Rev C Enclsosure Instructions

BeagleBoard-xM Enclosure Assembly Instructions

Beablebone Black enclosure Assembly

Dockstar Enclosure Assembly

ODROID-X Enclosure with Fan Mount Assembly Instructions

ODROID-X Slim Enclosure Assembly Instructions

Open Bench Logic Sniffer Enclosure

pcDuino Enclosure Assembly Instructions

pcDuino V2 Assembly

 pcDuindo v3 Assembly

 

Raspberry Pi:

(New!) Clear Rasberry Pi Enclosure Assembly

(New!) Raspberry Pi Enclosure Assembly

Raspberry Pi Camera Enclosure

Raspberry Pi and Adafruit LCD + Keypad Pi Plate Enclosure

 

Raspberry Pi A+/B+:

Black Raspberry Pi A+ Case

Clear Raspberry Pi A+ Case

Clear Raspberry Pi A+ Camera Case

Black Raspberry Pi B+ Case

Clear Raspberry Pi B+ Case

Clear Raspberry Pi B+ Camera Case

Raspberry Pi A+/B+ Adafruit LCD Case

Raspberry Pi A+/B+ Adafruit 2.8" PiTFT Case

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3 Responses to “Kit Instructions”

  1. […] other news I've created a new page where you can find all the instructions for the various kits I offer that will hopefully be […]

  2. rolin oneal says:

    I just assembled the R-Pi kit and although I could have used an extra finger on each hand, it turned out wonderful – I really like it. It is precisely made and the light tubes are fantastic. Consider adding a couple holes over the LAN chipset to increase ventilation due the heat created.

  3. Laurent says:

    From what I understand, Bermuda has done a lot of work using new and old tdwaros sustainability on a resource limited island. You might want to look into what they do and then scratch the surface.Have you ever visited care2.com? It has a lot of info, numerous links, and then links to links. Don’t forget to consider solar-thermal energy assistance and use; you pre-heat water or other materials stragetically placed and/or plumbed to reduce the solar power load. A lot of folks currently reducing thier grid use and/or going off the grid are returning to 12 volt systems or sub-systems. (It is my understanding that back in the day, obviously before my day, that 12 volt electricty arrived at homes long before the current 110/220.) Also, have you ever been to cityfarmer.org? It is out of Vancouver, BC and its goal is to promote city farming in the Vancouver area and world wide. Certainly at one time, it had a board for the posting of urban farming research, papers, and the more. It also had a posting of a guy who did a paper (thesis/thesis related I think) about establishing farming capabilities in poor, urban areas with limited water access and use. His area was some place in Africa. Posted were some dimensions and drawings of some raised beds using found scrap materials for the growing of lettuces and I think it was tomatoes. The beds included different levels and a slucing system that were arrived at. Included in the discussion were alternative material suggestions, critical technical aspects about the bed dimentions and slucing system, yield discussion, and future and alternative design considerations one could/should make. I’m not sure if this board or posting still exist but, the administrator can probably get you information from the archives. Certainly in the past, this was a good site for connecting to others doing urban and other food production exploration under different conditions.

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