Products & Services

Protocase manufactures fully finished custom electronic enclosures and associated parts from a wide variety of materials and components, in 2-3 days with no minimum order. Protocase also provides expert and affordable enclosure design services.

Electronic Enclosures

Custom Computer Enclosures

Fully Finished
Built in 2-3 Days
No minimum order

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Protocase builds custom enclosures for computer applications, and makes it an easy one-stop shop experience.

At Protocase, our computer enclosures are 100% custom made to your design in 2-3 days, with no minimum order. Computer enclosures often start as a standard Computer, U-Shape and L-Shape designs, as well as ATX or mini-ITX enclosures.

Add all of the custom details you need for your specific application, including standoffs to mount motherboards, cutouts and fasteners to accommodate power supplies, drives and drive bays, ventilation holes and fans, switches, connectors and more. Need internal components such as brackets and partitions? We’ve got you covered.

Choose from a wide variety of finishes, graphics and permanent marking, in order to suit your project’s functionality and desired aesthetics.

Whether for a server, a Computered PC or to house any other components that need to be mounted in a racked cabinet, Protocase can manufacture fully finished Computer enclosures for your specific application in 2-3 days, with no minimum order.

Custom Computer Enclosures Examples:

Additional Information:

Materials:

Custom Computer enclosures can be made from Cold Rolled Steel, Galvanneal, Stainless Steel and Aluminum.

Finishes:

Protocase-manufactured custom Computer enclosures can be finished with:

*Provided by a third-party supplier for additional leadtime

Graphics & Labelling:

Complete your fully finished custom Computer enclosure with graphics and permanent marking for labeling, serialization, branding and decoration.

We offer several in-house options to suit your specific requirements:

Resources:

Want to design a custom enclosure to accommodate an ATX or mini-ITX motherboard, but don’t know where to start? Our “How to Design Custom Enclosures for Motherboard-Based Systems” technical paper will help guide you in the design process.

Read our customer spotlight about Lukasz Dyjakon’s Project Orthrus 2.0, an ultra-small computer case designed for high-powered components.

Get started by choosing one of the following easy design options