If you use water cooling on your printer, here is a small housing to neatly package the radiator and water pump.
The base is made in such a way that it is watertight, so if some water leaks out, it will not come out of the water cabinet.
The hoses connecting the various parts are a bit too stiff to fit inside this small box, so we have added a few connectors that you can print. The 90 Deg connector goes at the top and has a version that can also hold a temp sensor. If you use a temp sensor, the front panel has a section that you can push out to fit the temp display.
Both connectors need to be watertight. I did that by coating them with liquid epoxy. I have since found this nice instructable: http://www.instructables.com/id/3D-Printing-Make-Water-Tight-and-Air-Tight-Contain/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email
The front panel also has tow barbed nipples on the inside for the water hoses and two 1/8" gas thread holes on the outside so you can screw in any connector you need for the hoses to the hot end. It is tapered 1/8" thread designed in the print.
There is a small slot at the back to guide the wires out.
Also included are 4 little feet, best printed in a flexible material. They also hold the base and the lid together with M3x35 mm cap screws.
The following pump and radiator were used by us and fit this water cabinet.
Pump : SC-300T 12V DC Ultra-quiet Water Pump & Pump Tank
Radiator : Aluminum 80mm Water Cooling cooled Row Heat Exchanger