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ZENDOME Geodesic iPhone 4 Case

by fullandc, published

ZENDOME Geodesic iPhone 4 Case by fullandc Dec 4, 2012

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A thing to drive your printer mad!

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So cool!! Brilliant!!:)

ooh, well i wanted to give it a try anyways!

Nprikkel i erased these holes becaus of bridging problems - you can´t print them! especially the volume hole - except with supports - but you don´t want to do this!

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i only printed it once as one of my first prints - it was about 1-2mm too small - so resize it! It´s more a WIP Object - it is not really usefull to protect your beloved phone.

The STL has less bridging issues than the rendering!

My last Print with 101% (MAKERWARE) fits but could be a bit smaller - so try perhaps 100,8%
REPLICATOR 2 - Medium Resol. 100% Infill Printing Time 33min.

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Thingiverse245 on Jun 30, 2013 said:

So cool!! Brilliant!!:)

fullandc on Feb 1, 2013 said:

Nprikkel i erased these holes becaus of bridging problems - you can´t print them! especially the volume hole - except with supports - but you don´t want to do this!

Nprikkel on Feb 3, 2013 said:

ooh, well i wanted to give it a try anyways!

fullandc on Jan 22, 2013 said:

@michael - No - there is just a difference beetween the rendered model and the printed model - i erased the closed holes fpr the side controls and made them open - you should print it withe the pattern on the building plate - i just turned it for a better view on the pattern! - carsten

Nprikkel on Feb 1, 2013 said:

Can you post a file with the side holes as shown in the rendered picture with the black and white cases? (if so, please include the volume buttons, silent switch, dock connector port, lock button, and headphone jack holes)

michaelladt on Jan 22, 2013 said:

You mentioned bridging... are you printing this the way that it sits in your images?

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