ZX-Uno (version 2) case, a Sinclair ZX Spectrum computer clone.
Basically it's a FPGA based board focused in the synthesis of ZX Spectrum models. It has the same size of a Raspberry Pi (85.60x56mm) so it would fit into a RasPi case.
You can find more information about this project here http://zxuno.speccy.org/index_e.shtml
THE CASE: Updated 05/16/2015 (Last update)
There are three versions of this thing:
The version "Case_for_logo_parts" + "White_logo_only" + "Logo_pin" (4x) to get a case with color logo.
The versión "Case_logo_black" or "Case_logo_trimmed" don't need any extra parts, because the logo is included into the model. Also you can use only "Case_for_logo_parts", if you decide to use a sticker for the logo, as show in a picture.
In this last update, you can find a blind hole for the expasion connector of ZX-Uno PCB. You can break and remove easily this cover with a screw driver (view the picture)
Remember: All versions can be printed without material support.
Please note that you will need to use "M3" flat head screws (long 7 mm) for mount the case and you must use optical fiber cable too if you want see the PCB's leds bright from outside. There is a hole "8" shaped at the right corner for put this cable (use optical fiber of 3 mm diameter).
There is some more information extra here (in spanish)
Credits: This is a derivative work, based in the original design of Jepalza (Spain). Thank you!