Most Intel® NUC products have replaceable top chassis covers.
You can replace the cover with one from our Intel Innovation Partner GoRite, which offers covers with features like:
- VGA and DVI connectors
- Wireless charging
- Extra USB ports
You can also create your own cover.
How do I create a cover?
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 provides these materials as-is, with no express or implied warranties.
|Intel® NUC model||Mechanical Drawing File (for CAD)|
|NUC8ixINH, NUC8i3BEH, NUC8i3BEK, NUC8i5BEH, NUC8i5BEK, NUC8i7BEH, |
NUC7CJYH, NUC7PJYH, NUC7CJYSAL
|Other models where the power button is on the front of the chassis (not on the lid)||NUC-Top-Cover-STEP.ZIP|
|Other models where the power button is on the top lid|
Can you give me some information about the 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.|