EDIT 04/06/19: I've updated the top half file for stabilizer compatibility. The older top half file does not work with a stabilizer unless you file the cutout. Please use the new file!
EDIT 03/21/19: I've added an extra bottom half file with screw holes and closed bottom, designed by SlipperyPeteED. The new bottom has been tested and works with self-tapping M2.5x10 screws. In testing, the screws were screwed directly into the top half only until flush with the bottom half. The tolerance using these screws was very tight and going past the surface of the bottom half of the case would cause the screw tips to poke through the top of the case. Tests will be done with M2 screws and shorter lengths.
The second in a series of vintage-inspired printable cases for Alpha, a 28-key mechanical keyboard PCB by /u/pyrocrastinator.
A high-profile case in the style of the Apple M0110 with 9 degree angle, 2.5mm integrated plate, and cutouts that allow switches to clip in.
The top and bottom halves of this case are printed separately, then glued together to preserve the signature seam of the original M0110.
Cutouts are sized for MX switches.
Typing test here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rt4qjJveiCg
NOTE: This design has not yet been printed and I cannot yet guarantee that it works as intended. In addition, the current design does not feature cutouts in the integrated plate for the stabilizer wire to move. This design has not been tested with a spacebar stabilizer. Stand by for an updated file if you plan to use a stabilizer.