My entry to this year's Hackaday Superconference badge hacking competition is once again a custom designed plastic enclosure for the PCB. I'm including a model for the cartridge door / back, all the light pipes for LEDs, and buttons and D-Pad for the control interface. I've tried to expose all of the correct ports with enough space around to plug cables in.
I had to enter the badge enclosure in the "hardware" category, for lack of a better category, and so didn't win a damned thing.
Man, I worked so hard on this! I worked for a week and a half, and then each night until 6am. Each day I'd wake up after 4 hours of sleep and then still have 2 hours of time waiting for the 3d printer before I could run off to the show, which meant I missed all of the mornings and didn't arrive until 1pm or later (5:30 on Friday).
Now that the show is over, probably nobody will ever touch this badge again, since they aren't for sale or anything.
Perhaps this was not a good use of my time.
For completeness sake, I made some last adjustments to the model to help the buttons to not bind. I'm not going to bother to print it.