A Gameboy style case for the Teensyboy Pro
by Catskull Electronics
. It comes in two parts - top and bottom shell - to be assembled via four peg/hole joints which fit with friction and require no screws.
The buttons for mode cycle and boot loading are modeled into the top shell and have posts that extend down into the case to the circuit board for activation. The boot loader button is recessed to prevent accidental pressing while the mode button sticks up a bit to make it easier to press.
Additionally, on this version, there are square holes on either side to allow the LED's on the board to be seen and monitored. To complete this build, you'll need to print the LED Tubes in the translucent fine detail plastic
in order to transmit the light properly. For the best result, paint every surface of these parts with a reflective paint EXCEPT for the block-shaped portions that are seen from the outside as well as the faces at the bottom of the curved portions that face down toward the LED's. An image showing which areas should not be painted is included in the product images above. A rectangle above the mode lights has been recessed into the side to allow placement of a sticker to indicate which light is which. You can download a PDF including variations of that sticker here
The bottom shell has four extruded rings on the corners for rubber pads to be inserted (3.5mm diameter). These are the ones
I designed them for.
All other function/port labels have been molded into the surface as well, indicating the IN/OUT MIDI ports on the back, BOOT loader and MODE buttons on top, and USB and EXT. ports on front. The "Teensyboy Pro" text has also been embossed.
This design is based on the classic DMC Gameboy to fit in nicely with your setup!