I have a laser cut case that I currently use my RetroPie in but I wanted something a bit more console like. This is the first version of the case.
Inspiration was taken from the original NES console, the OUYA and a little of Pac-Man's Enemies.
Holes in the front are for SNES controllers and a button for the reset multi-switch of the PetRockBlog GPIO adaptor (this is to allow for Escape button usage and console shutdown etc). The USB ports are open at the top to let a WiFi adaptor to be used or memory stick to upload new ROMs, or just conventional USB joypads.
The underside has a slots for power and the SD card - although I am not sure yet if there is enough room for a standard micro USB plug yet.
I plan to use the composite and audio outputs rather than the HDMI as I like the retro look that it provides, both of which will be taken out via RCA connectors.
Case has been printed and seems to be okay, new digital files have been uploaded which are print read, along with the SketchUp master file.
Case and base all printing and working great. Picture added to the gallery.