I didn’t like the fit and finish on other raspberry pi NES style cases, so I made my own! While I didn’t use anyone else’s designs for the case and made it from scratch in autodesk inventor 2016, I know it looks like some others on here. It uses a peg system to align the top and bottom halves and to keep the Pi in place.
download the files on: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:962488
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