Geoff Sullivan, one of the contributors to the Enigma-E manual, has completed
his Enigma-E case as you can see below. Just for fun, he reprogrammed the
microprocessor to allow simulation of the famous G-312 Enigma (the one that
was stolen from Bletchley Park in 2000).
As you can see in the picture, the Enigma-E is fitted in a nice wooden case,
complete with lid and flap. The Steckerbrett is mounted vertically and the
Enigma-E has been enhanced with a serial port connector.
New in Geoff's design is the use of an external lamp panel, which is driver
via the serial port. External lamp panels were also used with the Swiss
Enigma K and the later NEMA machines.
Crypto Simulation Group
Geoff Sullivan is a member of the Crypto Simulation group and has
contibuted to an impressive range of software emulators for a
variety of crypto machines, that can be run on your PC.
Geoff's Hut Six website
This link takes you to Geoff's personal Crypto page on which
you'll find some very useful links to information about
Enigma and other crypto devices.