I was inspired by NickRBrewer's Retro Pie Boxes and I wanted to make one that was easier to assemble since I have not learned how to solder.
Retro Pie Box (original) - http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:118976
Retro Pie Box Version 2 - http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:688566
--FULL BUILD INSTRUCTIONS ARE IN THE THING FILES.--
MY PARTS LIST:
Raspberry Pi 3 - choose your source (Amazon, Frys, Adafruit…)
Itty Bitty, Large Capacity USB Drive — for your games
Pelican 1200 Case - https://amzn.com/B0051QYF5E
PowerCore 20000 with Quick Charge 3.0, Anker's First Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 Portable Charger - https://amzn.com/B00VLNT9KW — I chose these because we already have them and LOVE them! I also wanted a removable option that wasn’t dedicated to just this machine, so I can charge swap charger packs when one needed a charge.
Kuman 7 Inch HD 1024*600 TFT LCD Screen Display Monitor for Raspberry Pi - https://amzn.com/B01FFAFMM0 — I chose this display because it has an HDMI input for easy cabling. It also has an internal speaker. Also, some of these come with a case or bezel. You don’t need it for this build. This also comes with an HDMI cable.
Kuncan® USB Am to Dc5.5*2.1mm Dc Dc Converter Cable Voltage Step up 5v to 9v/12v with Swift Switch - https://amzn.com/B01AY3XLEY — This has to be set to 12v to run the monitor.
Onite Multi-function Dc Plugs for Ac Power Adapter Notebook Laptop USB 2.0 to Universal - https://amzn.com/B01C5KQD5I —This is for the monitor power cord. You really only need the yellow adapter, if you can find it. I didn’t have any luck at Fry’s.
SNES Super Nintendo Controller , Retro USB Super Classic Controller for PC/Mac (Pack of 2) - https://amzn.com/B016K11LVY — What you choose depends on what you want to play.
Command Damage Free Picture and Frame Hanging, Large Strips - https://amzn.com/B00404YKZI — I use these for EVERYTHING at home!
(4) Tiny Screws - hardware store
Thank you, NickRBrewer, for originally designing these!!!
Monitor Plate -- I made the monitor hole smaller to accommodate the monitor that I purchased. I didn't realize that mine didn't come with the case/bezel that was in the original design.
Lower Plate -- I reduced the width to accommodate TWO battery packs. Since there isn't any additional soldering and minimal wiring, I have plenty of room under the Lower Plate. Also, these battery packs actually give it enough weight so it doesn't fall over. It also fits snugly in my case, so I just added a post to the design to keep the back from sinking into the side. You could glue the post to the case if you wanted.