That model is my original design with 2 mm wall thickness. After playing with this model, I'm worried that any thinner walls could be trouble. I probably won't test the thinner walled version until I'm printing on my own.
Looks great. I do 3D modeling every day if you need any assistance with the model you have come up with. In my experience with rapid prototypes/3D prints, the clips tend to fail if use want to be able to take the case apart and put it back together. It may be better to use small self tapping screws to hold the front and back of the case together, but it also depends on the thickness of your material.
Woooooooow, Tom, that is amazing. Really incredible. How did you make it fit on the first try?! Yeah when you're happy with the design just post the stl and if there's some way to export an image of it (like an exploded 3D view, png, ~800x600) that would be great.Everything fits quite nice. I have a little bit of adjustment I want to make in terms of adding a few more internal posts to add a little more support to the heatermeter board, and some minor tweaking of the clips, but all in all I am very pleased. As a side note, this project got me very interested in 3d printing and I am currently putting together a reprap so I'm sure I'll be updating designs frequently. I will sit down tomorrow and make these few adjustments and then will post the .stl files for anyone to use. Bryan, if you want I can just send them to you and you could put them on github if that's ok.