So I’ve decided that I want to make a mini-Xbox, since the drives and power supply take up more space than the motherboard in an Xbox and I could easily live with a 2.5” drive, and probably most or all of the heat concerns from a smaller enclosure with everything all close together will be mitigated if I use a PicoPSU — I’ve already ordered an ATX to Xbox power supply adapter from sickmods.net (got in contact with the owner and he had one left — chances are I’ll probably draw up its schematic to put online since it can’t be complex and I know it’ll be useful). So really, all that’s left is to receive the “for parts” Xboxes I ordered on eBay, solder a modchip into one of them, build a hard drive and put it together. The hard part is I’ve never designed anything in 3D before, and while I feel anyone with basic CAD knowledge can draw a box there’s a little more to making it look good, and I have zero experience with 3D printing. So all this rambling aside, is there anything I should expect, or any suggestions to be made for me? Right now my plan is to either drop the motherboard into a scanner, or manually measure it and the positioning of its screw holes with a digital caliper, draw it in SketchUp, draw a box around it, see if I can style the box in such a way to look nicer (and add cutouts for the ports and such) and… I don’t know what to do from there. I figure google could help me learn how to get it 3D printed, but I’ve never actually made something like this. To be clear, I really want to make a case from scratch, but I have limited CAD experience and zero 3D printing experience... It can’t be that hard, can it?