Banana Pi Pro

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Step 1: Remove the Masking

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All of the acrylic components have a brown paper masking on them. You will need to remove it to make the parts fit together nicely. It is best to start at a corner.

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Make sure to remove the mask from both sides

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Step 2: Attach the delrin clips to the PCB

The clip with IR etched in it goes on the side with the infrared receiver and the loop clip with IR etched on it goes next to the IR sensor.

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The Clip with a corner cut out goes over the SATA power connector

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Step 3: Attach the top plate

Line up the ribbon cable slots in the top panel and push it down onto the clips.

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Step 4: Set the PCB on the bottom panel

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Step 5: Put the SD Card side in place

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Step 6: Put the USB/Ethernet side in place

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Step 7: Snap the I/O side in place

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Step 8: Snap the Power/HDMI/SATA side into place

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Step 9: Attach the button clip

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The WiFi antenna can either be kept internal to the case or passed through the hole located under the button clip and clipped into the antenna clip on the button clip.

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Congratulations! You are done.

Want one of these cases for yourself? Grab one here:
http://www.storenvy.com/products/12507372-banana-pi-pro-case

Want the design files? Grab them from my Thingiverse page: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:728024


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