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So now here it is: The RasPiComm enclosure. You can download the STL for printing from thingiverse.com:
The case features a slot for the RasPiComm pluggable headers. It also provides a mounting hole for the RasPiComm board where it can be screwed to the case. The hole for the screw has a 2.5mm diameter. I used a thread cutter to cut a 3mm thead into the plastic, this worked very well.
I also added a little nose above the ethernet jack which holds the Raspberry Pi down, see the pictures below.
The cover has a Raspberry Pi Logo cutout for ventilation.
Below you see some photos of a print using the Makerbot Replicator. You will find infos about how I printed the case on thingiverse.