Honeycomb Samsung Galaxy S3 Case

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Honeycomb Samsung Galaxy S3 Case by Gromfrog Dec 24, 2012
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Dress you Samsung Galaxy S3 with our Honeycomb design.
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Print with no support we suggest a raft.

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Hi there. I printed this scaled 0.99/0.99/0.95 (X/Y/Z) for a more snug fit. Just thought I'd throw that out there! :)

I made one.
The buttons on the left an right side are realy bad to reach.
If you modify the design it would be perfect.
Best regards,

Please fix the Design!

--- Don't print it until fix. ---

You cant reach the buttons, the case is useless until fix.
For what it the big hole on the top right?

Please fix the Case.
Holes for buttons dont fit, you cant reach them.
Case dont work with the Galaxy S3.

Printing now, and it is looking gooood!

I just printed one for my phone, and yes, the volume and power cutouts need to be bigger, and the the same with the headphone jack. I pulled out my multitool and cut away the necessary sections, and I'm very happy with the results.

both button slots need to be lengthened towards the tops by .1, and the big notch at the top removed. But, neat design!

Printed this with no support and no raft. The initial overhang from the radius around the bottom makes it a bit difficult to start. The holes for the led, speaker and power button are not lined up correctly. Also the holes for the power button and volume rocker are to small to use, there is no way you can get your fingers in there to push them. Also I don't see the need for the large cutout at the top of the case. There is a microphone hole there but it does not need that much space.

I think the space up top is for easy removal, it allows for flex but it shouldn't be that big. The holes are big enough, after some time with the Dremmel. : /