Chances are, if you’re building a product, especially if it involves electronics, it will need some sort of enclosure. Enclosures are the protective outer part of electronics and certain types of products that keep people safe, the electronics in position, and make the product look good. Electronic enclosure design services can help.
If you need to get an enclosure made for your product, you may not know where to start. Luckily, these 20+ enclosures on Cad Crowd are free to look at and download. You can use them to evaluate potential CAD designers, test their skills, or simply to search for inspiration. Here are just 20 of the hundreds of designs on our website. We’ve divided them up between electronic enclosures and normal enclosures, for ease of browsing.
Electronics enclosure by CBee18
This sleek and elegant design is perfect for the workplace and is useful for products that need to be installed on the wall. The modern design will look right at home in an office place or other area, making it perfect for wall mounted electronics.
Electronic device enclosure by Muhammad Mostafa
This electronic enclosure shows what a gasometer might look like. If you’re planning to make a tool that needs to be mobile, a casing like this is an ideal choice. The design was made for cost effective manufacturing, which is also an important consideration.
Casing for electronic device by Ivan Zerpa
This casing is another unique design for home use. It looks stylish yet is simple to manufacture and perfect as an electronic enclosure.
Annoabox Prototypes by Adam
This router piece looks stylish and is carefully manufactured with the unique needs of plastic in mind. Although a lot can be done with plastic, design needs to take into account the manufacturing process while making it, which is why this one stands out.
PCB Enclosure by Mahbub
This plastic enclosure for a PCB is simple but still elegant.
Aroma device by Hammani
This enclosure for an electronic aroma device will look right at home on any wall while also making the place smell delicious.
WIFI Device by R&Design
This Wi-Fi enclosure has a sleek and modern design. The simple look will keep the enclosure timeless, yet it’s also easy to manufacture and does the job all at the same time.
Electronic pad design by j’yrens
An enclosure can sometimes be for very creative purposes. This enclosure for an electronic pad looks amazing and does part of the functional use of the product as well.
Electronic Equipment Enclosure by Muhammad Salman
This simple enclosure is perfect for use in industrial areas or places where it’s not necessary for the enclosure to be beautiful. This sturdy enclosure is perfect for holding parts into position and protecting them from damage, while also being practical.
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Electronics Enclosure by ENGINEER JAMI
This electronics enclosure will blend into the office background, making it ideal for housing electronics that might be in public view.
Game Controller by Arifun Hasan
This game controller is ergonomic and blends the need for good UX with the protection of the electronics inside.
3D model of enclosure for manufacturing by Rubayat
This enclosure provides a unique look while still being functional. This product might work to house a battery, or as an adapter.
Sheet Metal Electronics Enclosure Concept by Adam Atkins
Sometimes plastic can’t be used for a product, or a metal container is more desirable. This metal enclosure is a perfect example of what a good sheet metal enclosure might look like.
Electronics Enclosure by Christopher Jahn
This electronic enclosure is simple, but is also multi-purpose. This particular enclosure features a serial port, and can be 3D printed to give customers a visual of what it might look like before production.
Enclosure by handsketcher
This enclosure is another example of a design that must be ergonomic, user-friendly, and still do the job of housing electronics. This one is designed to be hand held for art, and does a masterful job of showing the possibilities of electronics.
Not all enclosures directly involve electronics, here are a few unique examples that don’t quite fit as an electronic enclosure.
Snappy by Ridwan Sept
This unique enclosure is designed to snap together, making it easy to use. The unique design is both intriguing to look at, and useful.
Helix Casing by Ridwan
Some products need to both look good and have easy access for repairs. This helix casing has both! It’s beautiful, manufacturer friendly, and also accessible for future repair and maintenance of the product.
Diving accessories by Bruno
This unique casing is designed to keep cameras and other products safe even underwater, while still giving them a crystal clear look at the world outside. This product takes into account the force caused by underwater pressure, as well as the possible problems from corrosion.
Wow VR Dock by Ridwan
This cool VR dock is designed to keep your VR equipment safe when not in use. The stand takes into account that people will be viewing it and has an appearance appropriate for a gaming room while also being multi-featured with USB ports that make charging possible.
3D printer enclosure by Ahmed
This enclosure is designed for a 3D printer. Cases for computers, printers, and other devices are particularly important to do well because they need to be functional and beautiful at the same time.
Sensor Enclosure by Tom Garwood
This unique enclosure is designed to fit into a museum, art gallery, or other similar location. The appearance alone is unique, but this particular model takes into account the profound concern many people now have for the environment. It is designed to be made with materials that can easily be recycled, keeping a closed loop.
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Enclosures are a vital part of the industry. Without them, there would be no way to protect electronics from exposure, damage from blows, and other problems. They are also important for aesthetics when the product will be in view, for branding purposes, and to keep electronics in a stable position.
If you’re looking to make a product that involves electronics, or needs an outer covering for other reasons, getting your enclosure 3D printed is a wise move.
These Cad Crowd designers have shown off a variety of different 3D models, and they can make you your own custom design too. If you’re looking to have your own electronic enclosure designed, contact us today for a free quote.