These items create a base for the well known Gotek USB disk drive emulators used in Amiga 500 computers.
There is no need to cut the Amiga computer case, and the buttons and USB port can be accessed and used easily.
Also the disk drive button port will be covered so no hole is being left.
The support cylinders are not really needed because the whole Gotek structure is not that heavy. The are two versions included on with a pin which can be pointed downwards and the other side can be glued/screwed to the base structure.
The other cylinder has a screwhole on both sides.
New updated version which supports FlashFloppy - Oled displays: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2745049
I've used Orange ABS filament from MakerPoint with temperature setting 250/90 deg. C (heaterblock/bed).
It takes about 6 hours to print and uses around 4 meter of filament at 50% infill and 0.1mm layer height.
File off any unwanted filament support, especially when placing the 7 segment display unit
Objects were created using OpenSCAD