Follow these instructions to assemble all versions of the UniPiCase.
Step 1 - Short Cases
Short faceplates feature two stabilizing fingers which straddle the Zero w board. The upper finger must be removed for compatibility with the Zero board.
Place the faceplate over the Pi and add-on board (if present), and hold them together in one hand.
Insert the ‘power’ end of the Pi board under the two catches in the base.
Press down on the ‘HDMI’ end of the assembled boards and on the faceplate at the same time, until the Pi board snaps into the base.
Place the lid loosely on top of the faceplate and boards, and guide the first snap into the base.
Press inward and down to lock the second snap into the base.
Follow these instructions to disassemble all versions of the UniPiCase.
Pull gently on the lid while releasing both snaps on the underside of the base. You can use your finger or a tool.
Pull the lid away from the base. If they don’t separate easily, make sure both snaps are free.
Release the latch that secures the board with one hand, and then pull the faceplate upwards with the other to begin separating the Pi board from the base.
Remove the faceplate and Pi/add-on board from the base.