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One of bit-tech's old hands and a master of acrylic projects is Cheapskate and he's recently shown us the beginning of his Raspberry Pi case entry. In a classic minimum-cost strategy and of course living up to his forum name (no offense there Cheaps!), Cheapskate has delved into a pile of spare acrylic for the inspiration and materials for his project.

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The case, called epA eparG, is made up of countless strips of acrylic - we can only imagine how long it tool to piece them together. Head over to Cheapskate's project log to see more.

Finally this month, here's one of the first projects to be uploaded to our project log forum. fdbh96 has taken an approach we suspected we'd see and used Lego to make his case.

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Complete with wheels, this mobile Pi case is still under construction as fdbh96 goes in search of more bricks and possibly thinner pieces to fit the dimensions of the Pi board a little more tightly. Check out his project log here

That's all for now. Don't forget that the deadline for entering your case is 30th April. We'll be back in a couple of weeks to see what other crazy projects you've been working on.

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