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8-bit heart case

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8-bit heart case by fizzatbeyond Dec 22, 2012
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This is a derivative of both the iphone 4 case (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:22572) and 8 bit heart charm (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:34400).

Made as part of my girlfriend's Christmas present.

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Hi, How did you mess the the two stls to together.

I merged the two using openSCAD and specifically the difference function. It is an open source script based CAD program.

Bit has the small square because of the way I cut the heart out of the case. I took the case and subtracted the 8-bit heart charm from it (leaving behind the hole where the charm can be threaded)

ahh ok, it wasn't an issue, i just removed it by splitting the disjoint meshes in Repetier-Host

why does the model have a small square in the cavity of the heart cut-out?

It has the small square because of the way I cut the heart out of the case. I took the case and subtracted the 8-bit heart charm from it (leaving behind the hole where the charm can be threaded)

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