I’ve been working on a Pi Project for a media streamer. Since getting the newer Raspberry Pi 3B+, I wanted to put it in a case with proper ventilation. That is why I went for the iUniker Pi case. But it was a small challenge to get together.
This case is called a 9-layer case because it is just that. Each layer can be modified for the project you are using. However, putting it together is not as easy. It can become a puzzle pretty quick, and I did drop a couple screws during the install.
The case comes with fan, heatsinks for memory and processor, and the 9-layers that make up the case. I take you through the process of setting it up for use.