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Honey Comb iPhone 5 Case

by The3DLibrary, published

Honey Comb iPhone 5 Case by The3DLibrary Oct 15, 2012

Description

A beautiful iPhone 5 Case with a honeycomb texture on the back.

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Hi Migwke,
Carefully peal it off using a set of pliers. We have printed hundreds of these and never had issues with removing the raft.
Thanks
Ryan

I am printing now with PLA. How would I remove the raft after it is done printing?

Pro tip: if your first layer speed is low, watching this thing print will be about six different kinds of painful.

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Instructions

Just print with a high infill and not support. But we do suggest using a raft.

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migwke on Apr 21, 2014 said:

I am printing now with PLA. How would I remove the raft after it is done printing?

The3DLibrary on Apr 21, 2014 said:

Hi Migwke,
Carefully peal it off using a set of pliers. We have printed hundreds of these and never had issues with removing the raft.
Thanks
Ryan

ahmedjaber on Sep 5, 2013 said:

Pro tip: if your first layer speed is low, watching this thing print will be about six different kinds of painful.

flow on Aug 10, 2013 said:

I printed it and the hole for the camera is on the wrong side, the other holes are also mirrored. I checked in slic3r and pronterface and it seems okay. Can anybody help?

The3DLibrary on Aug 10, 2013 said:

Hi flow we believe this would be an issue with the slicer or you have flipped the design in some software. Try redone loading the file. We have had no issues an we have printed over 800 of these.

Ryan

Bracken on Apr 5, 2013 said:

Printing in blue ABS now, it's like watching blockbuster.

teledude on Jan 27, 2013 said:

what % infill do you recommend?

The3DLibrary on Jan 27, 2013 said:

Hi teledude, we recommend using about 10%

Thanks
Ryan
The 3D Library

aFoote on Dec 22, 2012 said:

Is support needed for the overhang? I'm assuming so

chemist4higher on Dec 20, 2012 said:

Printed in pla. Fits well

The3DLibrary on Dec 20, 2012 said:

Thanks for printing, we haven't yet tried with PLA but glad to hear it fits nicely. Enjoy!

Ryan

jreneberg on Oct 17, 2012 said:

Honey Comb... on an iPhone???

The3DLibrary on Oct 17, 2012 said:

Just realized that, Thanks for pointing it out, May be someone would like to bring android to their iPhone.

Ryan King

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