This is a shell for the FDSemu made by James Holodnak. The FDSemu is a little device that can replace your big bulky Famicom Disk System drive and is much more reliable than it with a few extra features. This shell is designed to protect the circuits as a shell has not been previously made available.
This is a free to download only, to sell this shell would be illegal as this was created on an educational license. If you were sold this, report whoever sold it to you. The shell is property of Matthew Schalk and was uploaded for free use only.
It is a very simple assembly. put the motherboard onto "case bottom V1.02) with the button facing up. Then, put the button into the slot for it. Then clip together both pieces. Friction should hold the parts together. However, if it does not, super glue will make it a permanent Assembly
Added a new protecting wall where the Ram adapter plug is to protect the components. Also added the "Flip Disk" and "FDSemu etching. Also, insides slightly adjusted for a better fit.
Added a USB cap to protect the USB drive when not in use.
Added a RAM Adapter port cover to protect it if put in storage and uploaded some pictures of a final print that I made on my Prusa i3.
Added a V2 version. This version has screw holes and no text, so that way it can be printed in a way that it can be screwed together. The threading hole is 2mm in diameter, so your screw should be 2.4mm overall. Be sure that they are the correct length beforehand, otherwise you could interfere with the components on the board. I used screws from an old laptop for reference.
I am not responsible for any damage you may do to your FDSemu. This was a free case designed by me for free use only.
Print settings really do not matter except with the button which may need rafts or brim to support it while printing.