Raspberry Pi A+ Black Case
Step 1: Remove the Masking
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.
Make sure to remove the mask from both sides
Step 2: Attach the delrin clips and Mount the PCB
Take the Raspberry Pi and mount it in place as shown in the images above.
Step 3: Place the Pi on the bottom panel
Step 4: Put the SD Card side in place
Step 6: Put the USB side in place
Step 7: Attach the Top Panel
Step 8: Snap the I/O side in place
Step 9: Snap the Power/HDMI/Audio side into place
CONGRATULATIONS! You now have a fully assembled Raspberry Pi B+ Black Case!