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Inside this part of the shop you can find all the bits and pieces you need for your prototyping needs. Here you can kit out your maker station with tools and consumables, as well as other components such as headers, sensors and accelerometers to bring all those epic ideas to life!
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Step 6 – You can now move onto our OS tutorials section to learn how to acquire, install and configure your favourite Operating System.
Section 2 – Case Assembly
The JustBoom Digi HAT case is the perfect enclosure for the JustBoom Digi HAT and the Raspberry Pi.
Step 1 – After removing the protective film pull gently out the two sides of the bottom part of the case to unhook the top.
This should allow you to detach the top cover and easily dismantle the rest of the case.
Within the case you will find 4 rubber feet. Here is how it will look like once opened.
Step 2 – To install the rubber feet on the bottom part of the case you will either have to push and twist them through one of the 4 the holes or help yourself with a small screwdriver to tuck in the top part of the feet within the hole as shown on the left. Be careful not to cut through the feet and rather than using the tip of the screwdriver use the flat surface to push the head of rubber foot in.
Before we move to the next step, if you have anything other than a Raspberry Pi 4B then you will need to push through the cut out where the HDMI connector is. You can simply use a pointed object to do this and it should easily pop out.
Step 3 – Once the feet are in position take the Raspberry Pi with the JustBoom DAC HAT and place it onto the left side panel of the case so that the PCBs of the various boards are held within the grooves of the panel as shown in the picture opposite.
Step 4 – In a similar manner place the right side panel on the USB and Ethernet ports of the Raspberry Pi.
Step 5 – By holding the panels in place slide both of them in the bottom part of the case as shown here.
Step 6 – You will notice that the headphone connector will stop the assembly from smoothly sliding in. Simply gently pull the side of the case to help the assembly slide in and sit nicely in the bottom part of case with all the connectors properly slot within their respective openings.
Step 7 – At this point you can place the last part of the case on top by making sure that the side panels slide in the grooves of the top part.
Step 8 – As for when opening the case at the beginning, pull slightly the two sides of the bottom part of the case so that the plastic teeth can more easily slide in and hook on to the top part.
Step 9 – Your JustBoom is now ready. Now you can move onto our OS tutorials section to learn how to acquire, install and configure your favourite Operating System.