So I decided to buy Monoprice's Prusa i3 clone (nice system BTW), and I didn't like the way the control box is permanently tethered to the printer (serious, how hard is it to add plugs). I thought about various ways solve this, from splicing plugs into the wiring harness (and voiding my warrantee) to various ways to secure the control box to the printer. It occurred to me I could simply mount the printer and control box to a piece of plywood and that would address the issue. So I designed the hardware to do that, which includes:
1) Feet for the plywood, so it doesn't scuff the table.
2) Ergonomic easy lift handles to make carrying easier.
3) Corner stops to control lateral movement of the control box.
4) A strap to secure the control box to the plywood.
5) Straps to secure the printer to the plywood (print two, and then put them in opposing corners to control x/y/z forces).
With my setup I printed four of 1, two of 2, two of 3, one of 4, two of 5. You can see my pictures for how I put this together.
This setup will very likely work with other Prusa i3 Clones, such as the Wanhao and others. If my parts aren't an exact fit for your setup, some of them are pretty generic and could still be useful (handles, feet, and corn stops). However, you can likely make most of this work simply by making x/y/z adjustments in your printing package.
Something you might want to keep in mind is when you are mounting these parts, it'll be easier on them if you use washers.
All of this was designed in 123D Design, and I hope you guys enjoy!