Intel® NUC products have replaceable top chassis covers.
Intel Innovation Partner GoRite offers covers with features like VGA and DVI connectors, wireless charging, and extra USB ports.
System integrators and end users can use a 3-D printer to create a customized design. You can use a 3-D printer to:
- Create a cosmetic (nonfunctional) cover with a personalized logo (ideal for product differentiation and branding).
- Create a taller customized cover that provides headroom to add third-party hardware features:
- Extra ports, such as RS232 COM ports or USB ports, by connecting to onboard headers
- SDXC card readers
- TV tuners
Download cover drawings to use with 3-D printers.
|Intel® NUC||Mechanical Drawing File (for CAD)|
|Intel® NUC Kit NUC8i7HxK||NUC8i7HxK-Top-Cover-STEP.zip|
|Models where the power button is on the front of the chassis (not on the lid) || |
|Intel® NUC Kit NUC6i7KYK||NUC6i7KYKH-Top-Cover.STEP.zip|
|Models where the power button is on the top lid|
See below for information about these file formats.
|STEP||Stands for STandard for the Exchange of Product. This file extension is for a 3-D graphics file used by CAD software, such as AutoCAD* or SolidWorks*.|
|DXF||Stands for Drawing eXchange Format. This is a format developed for AutoCAD.|