One of the first machines I used for development many years ago was a classic Apple Macintosh computer. My days of development with Pascal and Modula-2 are long gone. But, with the availability of 3D printers I can print a Classic Mac! But, now it is not used for development: I use it to charge an Apple Watch:
3D Printed Apple Watch Charging Station
The watch display is used as the display of the Mac computer. With the Apple watch charging sideways it turns the clock mode and shows the date and time. And, you gotta love that retro-green color!
I modified an existing Thingiverse model. The 3D model has two parts: an inner one which holds the charger and an outer shell as the Classic Mac:
Classic Mac Shell
Inner Charger Holder
I have to reduce the side slots a bit to a 35mm watch:
Apple Watch Charging Station
I printed it from the bottom to the top which required a lot of "supports" to be printed. For the next one, I'd be better off printing from the top to the bottom of the computer (I’m learning as I go).
I was thinking of sanding and painting the surface, but for now I'll keep it like this. Other than that, it looks cool and works great!
The model is available on Thingiverse here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1272485
PS: If you don’t have access to a 3D printer: an option is to use a shared 3D printer in your area. Check for maker spaces and labs in your area, or, for example, go to https://www.3dhubs.com/ and there might be one in your area.