Is there any case for the Pi Zero W that can handle two hats, and fully enclose the whole stack? I have zero-size hats, and I'm looking for a zero-sized case; I know about Pi 2/A/B/3 cases, but I don't have much room in my intended application (without having to spend extra hours stringing wires, which I'm trying to avoid). If not two hats, at least one? I can even keep the hat pretty flat by giving up on terminal blocks, and run the data acquisition cables to external connectors.
So far, the best solution I've come up with is the Pibow case (which is just a stack of cut flat plastic plates): buy a few of them, stack extra hollow plates around the hat (inside the case), and use longer screws. Perhaps the Papirus case would work: Use the space it has to the display hat for my data acquisition hat instead. A DIN rail case would be ideal, but so far I can only find DIN rail cases that are for the generic Pi family, and way too large for the Pi zero.
The last time this topic was discussed here
, there was no answer, but that was a year ago, perhaps there has been progress since.