The spacer has outer dimensions of 80 x 40 mm with four holes in the corners. The holes are made to fit 5 mm hex stand-offs (for example, Harwin R30-1000402).
Many spacers can be stacked together. In my design I have stacked 3 of them, for two reasons. The first reason is the height of the components mounted on the main PCB. The second reason is the minimal stand-off height that can be used. As the spacers are screwed together, you need to have the stand-off long enough to screw two screws from both sides of the stand-off. I have used 4 mm long stand-off which appears to be the minimal length.
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