First of all, Sorry for this long post.
I wanted to give you all the information I think you should have about this matter.
Yes, I would also prefer for you to do what you do best, instead of introducing completely different products, like PC cases.
I wouldn’t brought that up, if I didn’t think that could end up hurting your business in the medium term.
People won’t buy your products, if they don’t have where to put them.
There are not new PC cases, currently in production, where I could would install this product.
The only exception is for prebuild workstations, like the HP you now have on the photo.
But these have front bays mainly because the manufacturer wants to offer legacy DVD support. They expect their costumers to install DVD drives, and use the “hot swap” features on a server.
If these machines are bought by a large company for their workers, I don’t think they are going to need (or even allow) your products. They will have servers instead, where they can centrally control all the data.
I think you should find if your costumers use mostly prebuild workstations, or if they build their own computers, like me.
I’m an independent professional. I have to pay for my workstations. I prefer to buy the components separately, because I can get the best deals, and upgrade for less money, when I need It.
If you find most of your costumers are like me, I think you perhaps could have a partnership with a reputable case maker, like Fractal Design, Corsair, Silverstone, or Lian li.
They already have the skills to build these cases, but they stopped doing it because nobody uses DVD drives anymore.
The only new case with dual front bays, currently in production, is the Fractal Design Define 7 XL.
But in this case, the front bay devices are secured only by the front screws.
I talked to Fractal Design about this. That’s secure enough for DVD drives. But they don’t recommend the installation of heavier devices like the ToughArmor series.
They admitted that they didn’t thought of this use case. They just wanted to give legacy DVD support. It would have been really easy for them to support your products, but they just were not aware of them, when designing this case.
Also, since this case has a front door, is not good for cooling U.2 drives. You have to use SATA drives, or keep the door open.
I have the same problem with my other case, the Corsair Carbide 600Q.
The only suitable cases, are discontinued models form 2013-14, that will probably be out of stock, by the time your product comes out.
Also, most cases from this period, seem to have fragile acrylic side doors to give them that gaming look. So, they would not have been my first choice anyways.