Added a CR-10 3D printer cover. This worked so well on my MPCNC, I decided to make one for my printer. After many hours of use, the cooling of this enclosure works very well. Couple of days it was in the upper 90's in my shop and the enclosure never got above 80.
Added pictures of the installation.
Well, I'm on my third revision of this enclosure. I printed V1 while I was waiting for my RAMBo to come in. Once installed, I noticed a few things I did not like. This current revision offers much better air flow, wire management, and better standoffs. I also didn't want another USB cable going to the enclosure to power the Pi. There are multiple ways to power the Pi, either use the aux 5v "X1" on the RAMBo or a step-down converter from the supply. I will do another update with some more pictures once its all put together.
6 - M3 x 35 for the top
4 - M2.5 x 6 for the PI (not sure if this is how all PI's are, but I could not use a M3 without drilling out the PI)
4 - M3 x 6 for the RAMBo
4 - screws of your choice for mounting the enclosure. I'm using #8 x 5/8 sheet metal screws, because I have them on hand.
I want to make an enclosure to hold the Raspberry Pi 3 and the Rambo for my MPCNC. The enclosure has full access to all the plugs to the Pi, and the USB port on the Rambo. The enclosure also holds 2 40mm fans. It was designed to use M3x6 screws to hold the boards down,and M3x30 for the enclosure. I have not printed this yet, I'm waiting for my Rambo. I will update once printed.