I really like the look of this case, and wanted to use it for my OctoPi servers. I remixed and added a small hole for the power/read/write LED's for both Pi2 and 3. Added an arm and mount for the Logitech C170.
An M4x30 screw, 2 washers 2 small o-rings and a nylock nut. are required to allow the camera mount to swivel. a m3x50 to attach the C170 cam to the printed mount.
O-rings could be optional but allow for a good friction fit.
To remove the OEM mount from the C170 use a small phillips head screw driver to undo the 2 screws holding the back of the case on. undo the 2 screws holding the PCB in the case behind the PCB is a set screw holding the Pin for the OEM mount. remove the scew and reassemble. You will then be able to remove the Pin from the mount holding it to the cam.
The base of the case should be a snap fit But I found either glueing or FrictionWelding was necessary to attach it securely.
Some adhesive rubber Bump-ons attached to the bottom finish the project giving the OctoPi server a non-slip footing
the web-cam arm may need a large brim to adhere it to the print bed as it has a small surface area and is about 70mm tall