Here's a housing to print out for your SeeMeCNC Eris.
Now you'll be able to print off a SD card, and not be tethered to you computer.
I printed the back with the printer mount down, and it barely needed support.
The Front I used support to have a "printed" finish.
Knob was printed face down, and the reset button I printed normal
Printed all except the reset button with ABS. Reset button was done with PetG.
Hardware used was 5, 3x8mm socket head screws, with nuts to bolt to the printer.
2 small 4-40 screws were used to bolt the reset button to the front cover, and 4, 3 x 15 mm socket head screws were used to fasten the front and back together, after I ran a 3mm tap through the holes.
You will have to drill 5 holes into the printer, after you remove the Eris nameplate. I started with thetop, middle hole, and put a bolt and nut in it. after that, I centered the housing, and drilled one more and ran a bolt through it. Then I drilled and bolted the last three.
The Smart controller board plug into the mini RamBo board, and no firmware adjustments had to be made. Plug and Play.