Easy to build DIY Raspberry PI 3 case,with the help of a bit of DIY parts, you can build your own Raspberry Pi case.

We will show you how to make the case yourself.

This DIY case is made from 2mm plywood, the size of a sheet of paper, and the inside dimensions are 0.9cm x 0.2cm x 1.5cm.

It can be made in several different ways, you might find the perfect one for your Raspberry Pi, and you will be able to reuse it for other projects, so there is a great amount of options here.

The case is constructed using 2 pieces of plywood.

The base is made of 4mm ply.

The top is made with 1.6mm ply wood.

You will need:1 piece of 1mm ply (3.6cm long) (or 2mm thick)The base of the case is 6mm thick and the front panel is 3mm thick.

You can use a 2mm piece of ply for the base and you can use the same 2mm wood for the front and back panels.

The two pieces of wood can be glued together, but it is advisable to make sure the two pieces are not touching.

You could also glue the front panels together, however, this would create an uneven pattern, so you can get away with using the 2mm pieces for the top and back.

This is what the front of the Raspberry Pi Pi 3 looks like when assembled.

The Raspberry Pi looks like it has been bent to fit into the case, but there is no way to remove it.

To assemble the case:You will first need to cut a hole in the base of your Raspberry PI.

You will need to drill a hole through the bottom of the board and through the top, but you can leave the holes for later.

The hole in your base is 2.8cm wide and 2.4cm deep, which is the thickness of a piece of paper.

You can cut this in half and the pieces can be put together.

The front panel should be 1.4mm thick, the front side should be 0.8mm thick with a 0.4 inch gap, and backside should be 4.2mm thick (this is the height of the back of the Pi).

Once the hole has been drilled, you need to make your holes in the back and the top.

The back side should have a 1.1mm hole, and it is also 0.6 mm thick.

The front of your case should also have a hole drilled, and we will make our hole using the drill bit.

The holes can be drilled in the two sides of the PCB, or you can drill them in one of the holes on the front.

Make sure you have the correct width and length of the hole you will use for the case.

You need to attach the front case to the top of the enclosure.

You may have to use a bit, but we used a small bit of 2mm acrylic.

The acrylic should be glued to the front, and this should be done using some kind of adhesive.

We used a 3M adhesive.

You need to be careful when you glue the acrylic to the plastic, as it can be slippery.

To attach the case to your Raspberry pi, make sure you secure the Raspberry PI with a piece in the case that has been screwed to the case with screws.

This picture shows the front on the Raspberry pi 3, the Raspberry 3 is glued to a piece that has a small hole in it.

We will make the front part of the acrylic.

You could also use a piece like this, or make a hole where the acrylic meets the plastic and screw it onto the front board.

You may need to use some kind for the glue.

This glue is made up of polystyrene, polyurethane, polyethylene and styrene.

Polyurethrene and styrenes can be used in the same way, but they are more expensive, so if you want to use these more expensive materials, you should check with your local hardware store.

You might also need to take care with the glue, as some polyureTHANE is sticky and will stick to things.

The glue on the left is from a plastic part and the glue on this part is from polystyrenes.

We found that it was a bit hard to use in a straight line, so we used some adhesive tape and a ruler to help us straighten it.

We then put some tape over the tape, so that the tape does not come off during the glue process.

The picture on the right shows the glue applied to the Raspberry’s backside.

You should now have a piece with the right diameter, the holes should be aligned correctly, and there should be a hole for the acrylic on the bottom.

The hole on the top should have some gaps for the plastic to pass through.

The acrylic should also be aligned. You should