This is an enclosure for a Jim Brain's uIEC floppy emulator for the Commodore C64 computer. This is for the bare uIEC directly wired to a tape port edge connector and IEC pigtail. The uIEC, tape port connector, and IEC pigtail are available at http://store.go4retro.com.
Print both halves.
Tape port connector will need to be epoxied into the large slot.
uIEC module slips in small slot w/ holes for LEDs and drops down onto mounting pegs.
IEC pigtail goes out through the slot on the right side.
Cover snaps on. It's not a super tight fit, so you may want to epoxy the cover down as well, although mine stays attached reasonably well.
There is room behind the uIEC PCB to drill holes for and add disk swap buttons as well, but I didn't include the holes in the design since the hole size needed will depend on the buttons you have available.