In this exciting build, we’re going to be assembling a Raspberry Pi cluster running Kubernetes K3S on the new Turing Pi 2. The Turing Pi 2 is the successor to the popular Turing Pi but now runs the newer Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 and comes with a host of new features and interfaces.

A big thanks to Turing Machines Inc for sending me this beta board to try out and share with you.

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Turing Pi 2 –
4 x Raspberry Pi CM4 Modules –
4 x Waveshare CM4 Heatsinks –
or 4 x NVIDIA Jetson Nano Modules –
Sandisk MicroSD Cards (For Nodes without eMMC Storage) –
PicoPSU ATX Power Supply –
3 x 40mm 5V RGB Fans –
Power Button –
M3 Brass Insert Set –
M3 Nylon Standoff Set –
M3 Button Head Screw Set –
6mm Clear Acrylic –
3mm Clear Acrylic –

Equipment Used:
TS100 Soldering Iron –
K40 Laser Cutter/Engraver –
Electric Screwdriver Set –

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0:00 Intro
0:33 First Look At The Turing Pi 2
1:34 Preparing The CM4 Modules
4:13 Power
4:40 Designing & Laser Cutting The Case
6:48 Assembling The Case
8:47 First Boot
11:48 Installing Kubernetes
13:06 Final Thoughts

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