With the help of Hubs I printed a custom case for all the components. I designed the basic parts in Adobe Illustrator and exported them to SVG. The resulting layers are imported to 123D Design. Because the units are messed up after the export of Illustrator I needed to customize the SVGs and add a transform attribute to each SVG Group (see the corresponding reddit thread)
I’ve remounted my TFT touch display and connected it to another Raspberry Pi. During the installation process I realized, that the FBTFT Kernel is now Device Tree enabled, this makes the installation and configuration process a lot easier. (https://github.com/notro/fbtft/wiki#install)
With the integration of the FBTFT drivers in the Raspberry Pi kernel (https://github.com/notro/fbtft/wiki) it is no longer neccessary to install notro’s FBTFT kernel.
I run in some problems with the display showing no content. The backlight was on but there were no image visible. I was able to fix the problem by setting the GPIO configuration fixed and not automatically: