A while ago I designed an electronic device based on a "mikromedia for PIC24EP" board. The board had to be enclosed in a custom case but I found no suitable enclosure but the SparkFun "Clear Projects Case" (https://www.sparkfun.com/products/retired/8632).
Anyway, the Sparkfun enclosure was not perfect for my project, since the device was requiring cuts and holes for many components, such as the TFT touch display, the microSD card slot, the mini-USB port, the reset button, a 5-pin female connector for programming the board, a mini-speaker, a 2x5 pin shrouded header connector and a power switch. So I designed this 3D-printable enclosure: the Giufini's Mikromedia Board Case has enough internal room to also host an extension board, so enabling user to place components and provide additional functionality to the base board.
It is recommended to enable bridging and support generation.