SummaryI looked around for a Pi 3 case that would support a 5" screen but was unable to find one (lots of 3.5" and 7" screen models). So, I decided to make my own. I used the original design from "Raspberry Pi Display Case" for my basis. I recreated it from scratch with the exception of the original cutouts for the power/HDMI/audio ports and the cutout for the ethernet/usb ports. Everything else was created from scratch using Sketchup. I did not create an access door for the microSD card, so I designed the top to fit snugly but it does not "lock" onto the bottom case. Here is the screen I purchased/used: https://www.amazon.com/Kuman-Resistive-800x480-Display-Raspberry/dp/B01F3EKJIA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1470006672&sr=8-1&keywords=kuman+5%22+touch+screenPrint SettingsPrinter: Hictop Prusa i3Rafts: NoSupports: YesResolution: 2Infill: 20%Notes: I used Cura to slice it and left supports everywhere turned on. The only support it added was for the lower HDMI and power cutouts. Print time for the bottom was about 4 hours and 1.5 hours for the top.