I´ve recently got all parts of my enclosure together and wanted to share a pic of the end result. It´s an enclosure bought off the shelf (from Conrad), and a panel that I made in Frontpanel designer. Thanks to the enclosure work of janvantomme and his drawings together with my own measurements of my own axoloti core board (going through several iterations with paper printouts), I got it to fit quite nice.
The case is aluminium and really easy in assembly, unfortunately the flanges on the insides weren´t big enough to provide support for the core board. So I choosed to use plastic M3 standoffs/nuts and screws from underneath. As seen in the pictures, it could be possible to design some extensions or a rail. But the part of the flanges that could provide support and the axoloti board are on differents heights (fractions of a mm in difference). That would take some work to do. My plan is to order an second panel for the backside where I will just mount a panel DC-jack. But for the time being (learning the axoloti/patcher), it´s put on hold.
Enclosure art. no: 457453 (conrad.com).
Panel is 2mm black anodized aluminium, with text and lines engraved (no color).
Unfortunately I can´t attach the panel design in this post due to the filetype (fpd) not being supported. @moderators: perhaps fpd filetype can be added as accepted filetype in attachments?
I will happily share the frontpanel design thru email or something if anyone here is interested. However, it might be that your axoloti core board doesn´t fit the panel as good as mine does. My recommendation is to download the frontpanel designer software (freeware, you´ll need it anyway to order the panel). Then making paper printouts and checking physically if it seems to fit your own axoloti core board without any big trouble. Besides that: you also have all sorts of options available in the software, other panel color, more/less/remove text and/or other font, add/remove lines,adding graphics and what else.