Les Pounder has been rummaging around in the CPC warehouse for components to populate a 3D-printed AstroPi flight case. So, far he’s found some cost effective buttons to poke out the top. The 3D-printed case came from RyanTeck. Ryan offers a bespoke, on-demand 3D printing service and one of the things he’s offering is to 3D print the flight case for £19.99. Follow the efforts of Les and his team as they find components and wire up the Pi and flight case for full flight operations!