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3D Printed Multisystem Case

Multisystem

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£53.99 (Inc. VAT)
£44.99 (Ex. VAT)
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Product Overview

This is the latest V5 2022 version of the Multisystem case.

This case is designed to house the MiSTer Multisystem and mimics the retro stylings of consoles of old.

Thanks to the flexibility of 3D print production case designs may be aesthetically updated to improve the product, however this will not affect the features or functionality of the system.

Available in a choice of colours.

All cases are 3D printed in house on our 3D printer farm under the expert guidance of designer Richard Horne. Richard is an expert in the 3D printing field and co-author of “3D Printing for Dummies”. Drawing on his experience we have created a case that offers excellent airflow to keep the system cool while looking stylish. It’s finished to a very high quality, but keep in mind it is 3D printed so there will be signs of the 3D print process and we ask you to embrace that.  Each case is 203 x 180 x 50mm.

Every purchased case comes with a component bag included which contains:

  • The top and bottom case shell
  • Adhesive feet
  • Screws and mounting posts
  • All buttons needed to operate the system
  • A front add-on port cover
  • One rear plate
  • A heatsink
  • A standard 30x30x10mm fan

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  • 4
    Console case

    Posted by Robin on 20th Dec 2021

    Lovely looking case that fits the multisystem board perfectly. Mine was a plain black case design with the scart socket on the top. The outside finish is lovely and looks amazing when built. The only minor gripe I would have is that the inside of the case was very typical of 3d printing so the finish is a little rough. Truth is your never actually going to see that any way unless your pulling it pieces. As a system the case feels study, is very well thought out and has easy access to all the available ports. Only thing I did add was some different feet for the system as the included ones are tiny.