Nokia Lumia 820 case

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Nokia Lumia 820 case by imaterialise Jan 29, 2013
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The Nokia Lumia 820 has a clip-on interchangeable back which can be downloaded on the Nokia developer site. It can then be 3D printed on your printer or by a service such as ours. But it turned out to be not functional. That's why we've optimized the design for 3D printing to make it work for laser sintering, stereolithography, polyjet and fused deposition modeling (cf. Makerbot).

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Can someone please make a nokia lumia 822 case?

Hi I downloaded your stl file because I would like to print it. thanks for sharing. I compared it to the step file provided by Nokia. Thickness and different buttons looks great. However I noticed that the upper edge is on a different height. In your photo the edge is next to the screen. In the original file and on my phone the edge is supposed to slip under the screen's plastic rim. However placing your stl and the original step into each other it shows that your heightened edge is in x-y at exactly the same position (just higher). That would mean that the phone can't slip into the case like shown on your photo and probably won't fit at all since the hooks which hold the phone are in both versions exact on the same position. Can you explain? Or did you print another version which is different to the stl you provided (also looking at the back where photo and stl are different)?

We printed this file using several different technologies and it always fits. So don't worry about that. However, since we made a lot of variations of the file, this could be an improved one where the screen of your Nokia doesn't touch a surface when placed screen down.

Hi Barney, this was printed on a Fortus 250mc from Stratasys.

cheers :)

out of interest what machine did you print this example on?