Take 2 - Wall mount flat or vertical. Also added HDMI 3.5mm AV and Micro USB. Options for the lid are with or without a fan.
The lid is held in place with M3 screws and brass inserts, these are melted into the plastic with a soldering soldering iron.
Fan control with Node-Red https://github.com/Mottramlabs/Node-Red-Fan-Control
Wall mountable case for a Raspberry Pi. Ideal for use with Pi-Hole or other network devices. I used one that has Pi-Hole and an MQTT broker for my home automation.
Please Note: Don't forget to adjust the regulator board to 5V BEFORE connecting the Raspberry Pi, these boards are shipped with the adjustment turned up high and will damage your Pi!
The reason I used a regulator board to power the Pi is that 12V wall adaptors are more common place than good 5V 2A ones, also I don't like the flimsy micro USB connectors. The current draw at @12V for this finished unit was around 130mA when using a B+, maybe a little more for a Pi 3.