Because the front plate of the enclosure doesn’t have the necessary cutouts for the Maestro, we’ll have to make some alterations. First test fit the Maestro board and mark the inside of the front plate for where you need to cut.
You’ll need access to the Ethernet port, the SD card slot, the micro USB connector, and the reset button. You may also want to have some holes to see the status LEDs.
I’ll leave it up to you how you modify the plate. In my case I used a drill and a rotary tool with a reinforced cutting wheel to make a rough cut, and then used a file to clean up the edges.
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