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Lego Inspired Case for Optimus G (E973 Bell) - Not Tested
by KyroPaul, published
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Designed Case for Optimus G (from Bell Canada).
This model has not yet been printed and tested as I don't have a fully functioning printer at this time.
Feel free to print it at your own risk, let me know if it works for you.
There are 4 parts to this model, the case and 3 seperate inserts. My intention is to have the whole assembly printed in white (or black) and the 3 primary colours to give the entire design a more Lego inspired feel. The parts should stay in place with a phone is in the case, however a small dab of glue to hold them in place might help.
This entire model is untested use at your own risk
There are several models of the Optimus G, these models are based off the optimus G available in Canada with Bell (E973), I'm not sure if this model is available with other carriers. If you also have this phone with a different carrier send me an email, or post a comment below for other people with these phones.
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