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iPhone 4 case - SketchUp

by jbobrow, published

iPhone 4 case - SketchUp by jbobrow Sep 23, 2012

Description

This is a standard iPhone 4/4s case that is based off of thingiverse.com/thing:22572#
The model is in a SketchUp format for easy modification and printing through a service such as Shapeways. This model has been tested and printed successfully through Shapeways.

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The dimensions are based off of the specs given for Apple's iPhone 4s. Apple is quite kind in providing great documentation for their devices as found here: https://developer.apple.com/re...

How did you make the curves fit to the iPhone?

it needs to be more than 1.01 to be good size. I had to crack it off to get my phone out

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Instructions

From those that have printed:

Shapeways: Ordered in white/strong/flexible polished and snaps on to be a snug fit.
Replicator: Scaled 1.01 before printing @ .2mm

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nitro3328 on Apr 11, 2014 said:

How did you make the curves fit to the iPhone?

jbobrow on Apr 13, 2014 said:

The dimensions are based off of the specs given for Apple's iPhone 4s. Apple is quite kind in providing great documentation for their devices as found here: https://developer.apple.com/re...

koester on Jul 1, 2013 said:

This model is to small - needs to be scaled up before it can be used!

jbobrow on Jul 1, 2013 said:

Printed with Shapeways White/Strong/Flexible it fits the iPhone 4s for me.

AuraSolarisModels on Dec 31, 2012 said:

Thanks for uploading it as a Sketchup file! I was able to modify it and imprint a letter very easily!

puzzler300 on Sep 27, 2012 said:

th is means i can make my own using this as a  template!!  thank you thank you thank you. Of course they would be derivitives

kyle59 on Sep 24, 2012 said:

first print at 100% didnt fit so I had to scale it up 1.01% to make it fit.... I printed it on my replicator with .2 layer thickness. Sanding it smooth down to 1000 grit sounded like a good idea but is not it just made it easy to scratch... Although sanding just the top edges worked well.

jbobrow on Oct 1, 2012 said:

hmm, I will add this to the instructions. is there any additional information that should be posted for printing on the replicator?

Also, I would love to see photos of how it comes out from different printers.

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