A stock Main Electronics Box is designed to be waterproof and to encapsule all the electronics needed for the Rover operation. However, Core2-ROS board provides much more functionalities than the ones needed for default use. To take advantage of the functionalities you'll need to either mount your own electronics inside or outside of the Box.
Below you'll get example designs of the covers and mounting plates prepared to start your own projects.
All the files are available in our GDrive repository under CAD Files ->  Dev-Covers:
This one comes stock with the Rover. It's designed to be watertight and provide 4x m3 mounting points for 00189 Mounting Plate.
If you don't need any water protection and need to route any cables for addtional electronics - the best way is to use the easy-access cover. It provides a 120x12mm opening at the rear of MEB.
It's designed to fit both stock and Dev-Covers. The plate has a grid of 11x7 4.8mm holes (to fit m4 screws) and is 3mm thick. If you don't want to redesign the plate and need something to connect your own electronics, just 3d-print this one as a starting point.
Mind that the mounting points in the covers are provided with no threaded inserts. You can assemble the mounting plates using brass threaded inserts that are heat-presed in the 3d-print using a soldering iron. Make sure you get the inserts before you print your own cover:
This one is easier to open in any 3d-modelling software to just add any holes and extrusions you need for your projects.
The mounting plate for the MEB cover which contains holes for the self-tapping screws.