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iPhone 4S case

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iPhone 4S case by toddie123 Aug 15, 2012
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I made this in TinkerCad. My first design. Pretty good for a 13 year old rookie!


I do not have a 3D printer but, you may need to modify the iPhone letters in an .STL editor if you have a dual extruder printer.

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This is a good case. I have a printer too which my dad knows how to use , Can I change the color? O:-)



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Thanks! If you want a different color just print in the filament in the color you want (ask your dad). just out of curiosity, what type of printer does your dad have?

It looks good, but would be very hard to print because of the text on the back.

Thanks! I dont have a printer so i couldn't experience the problem. you can download the STL and edit it in sketchup and take out the leters