This case is designed to house the stock Anet A8 mainboard, as well as dual MOSFETs.
The MOSFETs that I used were BIQU brand that I found on Amazon. I don't know if other MOSFETs will have the same dimensions, so take care.
To assemble this print, you will be able to reuse the stock Anet A8 mounting hardware for the mainboard. In addition, you will need 14 #4 x 1/2 inch screws, found at any local hardware store. These are used to mount the MOSFETs to the shell of the case, as well as the cover to the shell.
I have tried to iron out any interference issues, as well as provide plenty of holes for cable management. If you find any issues in the model, please let me know!
Currently, I have not had problems with overheating. Either way, be sure to monitor your printer after installation to prevent any fire hazards! I do have plans to mount a fan to this design in the future. If you are new to the Anet, please be sure to read up on all of the fire prevention mods available!
I recommend printing the case with the open side up (the side that touches the Anet facing down), and the cover with the outer surface facing up (for better top layer detail). This orientation will minimize the amount of support needed for your print.
Support everywhere is highly recommended, though not completely necessary if your printer can handle the hexagonal cutouts I have added for ventilation.
I have provided three different covers: plain; with logo; with logo and my Instagram handle.
To design this, I built the case around a scale model of the Anet A8 in Fusion 360.