We’re no strangers to 3D printed enclosures here at Hackaday. From the plethora of printed Raspberry Pi cases out there to custom enclosures for electronic projects, small plastic boxes turn out to be an excellent application for desktop 3D printing. But as printers get bigger and filament gets cheaper, those little boxes don’t always need to be so little. We aren’t talking about running off boxes for your sneaker collection either, if you’ve got the time and the print volume, you could whip up an enclosure for your PC.
[Nirav Patel] writes in to share his impressive 3D printed Mini-ITX computer case project, which would be a neat enough trick in its own right, but he took the concept one step farther and made it a parametric design in OpenSCAD. This…
Latest posts by Peter Bordes (see all)
- Could Orion Ride Falcon Heavy to the Moon? - March 25, 2019
- The Engine Propelling the Fastest Woman on Four Wheels - March 25, 2019
- Drunken online shopping is big business — especially for Amazon - March 25, 2019
More from Around the Web