by aubenc, published
If you are a Master/Mistress of...
...Middleages wars you will most probably have no pockets in your armor.
No problem! Now you can use this accessory to keep your iPhone handy in the battle field.
No source files??? Oups, sorry, I've done this is a hurry since I uploaded my previous thing and the code is a mess of harcoded bits here and there.
The zip file contains everything (and nothing more) that's available to download. This being said:
Print, assemble, smash!
Print one of each STL but for:
- Spikes and their nuts, you need 12 of each.
- Chain Bolt and their nuts, you need 2 of each.
If you need/would like other instructions, please check "iFlail.pdf" for a picture by picture assembly guide.
I don't have an iPhone so I took a look to the different iPhone models in thingiverse for the 3 major dimensions.
Everything has been designed with tolerances that should ensure a good fit. If you have problems with the threads (and they look good shaped) you can ream a little beat the nuts (light ream with a sharp knife) and decrease the outer diameter of the bolts with a file.
Ensure that you don't smash too much the 1st layer and everything should be ok for a decently fine tuned printer.
The tap in the two handle parts is located at the bottom (build point of view) so you can stop the print if the threads don't look good.
The tallest part is something like 120mm, the largests are +/- 85mm for the rings and +/- 70mm x 90mm for the chain.
Do post a comment if you need some help!
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