I finally got around to mount my MiniMig ITX V2 board inside a newly aquired 18x18x5 cm MiniITX bought from China for just $35. It's in metal and has the Amiga beige color. The front has a pulse-button which is used to access the OnScreen menu of the MiniMig. The button is also equipped with an internal diode which acts as the Drive Led (or can be the power-led -- you just swap the connector inside as you like
I made a small board from a veroboard with a separate SD card reader I stole from another cardreader I had (no time to go to the store an buy a new one, hehe). This i mounted to the bacside and connects to the board with connector (10 pin). I had to "manufacture" a bezel for the backside from a plastic-cover I found. Not too fancy, and I made all the holes with a soldering iron -- had to tool where I was at the moment, so the iron had to suffer a little, but it turned out okay-ish. It does the job. I have some sheets of plexiglass I could use but it was too thick for this project. I needed 2mm.
PS! I have turned the on/off button in the front around now so it is not upside down any more as you see in the pic
Just one of those annoying details which I could not bare to look at hehe...
The backside has all the usual outputs.
Case itself i 18x18 cm and the board it 17x17 so it's just room for the board. I like this case as it has no cdrom drive or anything which is left unused.
I have included some pics here to show how it's is. The board runs the Red Sector Megademo...as you all might see