All 3D objects are in a "load and print" rotation, one part for the edges of the LCD and the Raspberry Pi need to be printed 4 times. Use M4 screws and nuts for the assembly.
The LCD has to be prepared to run with 5V instead of 12V (I explainted what to do here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1114554)
I am not using any special drivers for the LCD because it is has a composite input. So you can connect or solder the LCD input directly to the raspi video output (see pictures where to find the pads for soldering).
The audio-amplifier and speaker need also to be prepared to fit into the casing, the original casing is too big. I will probably upload some more pics regarding the amplifier and speaker.
To connect the LCD and audio amplifier to the Rasberry Pi, I would recommend to solder some wires onto the back of the Raspberry Pi (see the picture).
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