Honey Comb iPhone 5 Plug Case

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Honey Comb iPhone 5 Plug Case by Gromfrog Nov 18, 2012
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Finally you will be able to have a truly unique case, with over 94 million possibilities (Approx) no two people will have the same case hopefully.


You can buy the case along with plenty of plugs from shapeways below

Case: http://www.shapeways.com/model/781207/iphone-5-honey-comb-plug-case.html?li=
Plugs: http://www.shapeways.com/model/781250/iphone-5-honey-comb-case-plugs.html?li=

We would love some feedback and would love to see what combos people come up with.


Print both case and Plugs with High infill, When inserting plugs you may find they are a tight fit, just keep pushing until they are in place but if you cannot get them in at all you may have to sand them down, but if the plugs do not fit very well and are loose you may want to glue them in place.

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Really want to like this, but it simply is not working for me. And no way I am going to glue in 70 little pieces.

I like the overall idea, although I could see using hex-plugs on a larger scale, say for printed palago pieces in a laser-cut board.