Hinged Mini Pelican Case
by schlem, published
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Protect your nanotech camera, make a paramedic jump kit for a mouse, wear it on a chain like a modern locket. Have not printed this yet - I am still awaiting the shipment of my Printrbot. Please let me know how it comes out when you print it!
OR buy one from these guys:
The photographs are Shapeways' "Black Strong and Flexible". It prints very well in laser-sintered nylon.
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There is no tolerance in the joint of this two-piece Thing. The hinge assumes perfect precision. If they bind you may need to adjust one side or the other to get a better fit. Please give me any feedback about how it fits together when you print it, including printer used and layer resolution, if known. Thanks!
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