Chapter Three - Casing up
Welcome to the next step where you'll see how to assemble the casing for your Spencer!
All the casings should be transparent once you remove the protective layer
Display board, metal bolts, spacers, and the correct casing layer
This is how the casing should look like when you tighten all the bolts and spacers in 4 corners
Place the casing on the display board
Take the remaining 4 spacers and place them on the board from the back so you can tighten the casing from each side by using the screwdriver.
This is how the board should look like after you placed the first casing layer
Place the speaker on the casing layer
You can notice that the long, thin hole above the speaker isn't symmetrical. This is because the reset button on the main circuit board should go where the hole has a bit bigger opening. Try to place the speaker as shown in the photo and see if you placed it correctly by fitting the casing layer with the back side where the reset button is.
Insert the bolts in each of the four holes around the speaker from the front side of the casing
Place the spacer on the back side of the casing
Tighten the bolts with the screwdriver
This is how the back casing should look like after you tighten the speaker
Remove the protective layer
Place one leg on the transparent casing
Place one spacer on the other side of the casing
Tighten the bolt with the screwdriver
These casings are not symmetrical, so be careful when choosing which side to place the leg to
All components that you need for the following step
Fix the first long spacer
Add one shorter spacer
Finally, add another long spacer
Casing layers you will need for this step
Connect the top and the front casing layer
Place it so that it fits the puzzle shapes on the front casing layer.
Connect the bottom casing layer
Use the rubber band to hold everything in one place while you assemble Spencer's side casings
This side doesn't have an arm yet
Tighten the arm with the screwdriver