I have created awsome, 3D printable cases for a Mini-ITX PC, monitor, keyboard and mouse.
All cases are styled in the spirit of the 1950s, looking as if they were made of sheet metal.
At least that was what I had in mind.
However, many people’s first thought is “Fallout” when seeing them for the first time.
The Git repository contains the original Fusion 360 CAD files as well as exports in various formats (STEP and STL).
Therefore, you should be able to print that cases yourself as they are.
Or, you may even modify them to fit the components (TFT-Panel, keyboard, etc.) that you have at hand.
Status: The first iteration of that project is done.
I personally have no intention at this moment to modify the design or create new case variants.
However, further case variants may be created in the future, based on contibutor's/community demand.
This is a non-profit, free and open source project.
The information on this web site and the documents downloadable from here have been carefully reviewed and is
believed to be reliable, but I do not assume any liability arising out of the application or use of any
documents, programs or circuit described herein.
Furthermore I want to declare that I'm not responsible in any way for the content of other web pages, books and
other sources I'm refering to.
I am using free and/or open source products and services.
I want to thank enterprises, organizations and individuals alike for providing free services and open source
software, electronics and mechanical designs and for sharing their knowledge and insights.
The respective products and services are recognized in the README.md that accompanies the project