Goal: low-cost, Raspberry-Pi based, 1TB Linux computer or server appliance in a presentable enclosure. See similar project on thingiverse: Pi-Drive "Pisces" computer: 1TB Raspberry-Pi Linux PC/appliance.....without the hacker mess!
(1) 3D prints of the two attached files. These were developed on a Makerbot 2 using default settings but no rafts or bridges.
(2) WD PiDrive 1TB kit: 1TB hard disk drive with power-delivery accessories designed for Raspberry Pi: http://store.wdc.com/promo/96259800 (US); http://store.wdc.com/promo/96259700 (UK). Note: 35% discount coupon code!! WDPIDRIVE1TB
(3) Right-angle (270 degree) HDMI male-to-female connector, such as:http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00S4IBH5M?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00
Software: there are many free software solutions to create appliances with Calamari. Some sites to check out: raspberrypi.org, projpi.com, getsync.com, osmc.tv, instructables.com (search Raspberry Pi, HDD).
(1) Print the two files attached. The photos show the two printed parts made on a Makerbot Rep2 with default settings, except rafts turned off.
(2) Procure the WD PiDrive kit (see URL above)
(3) Obtain a Raspberry Pi 2 single-board computer
(4) Procure a right-angle 270 degree HDMI male-to-female adapter (see URL above)
(5) Attach Raspberry Pi and WD PiDrive to the Calamari mount part
(6) Attach accessories and cables as needed to the Raspberry Pi (e.g. USB/WiFi dongle, Ethernet cable, USB keyboard/mouse, etc.)
(7) Insert the Calamari mount into the Calamari enclosure part