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Snap Together iPhone 4s Case

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Snap Together iPhone 4s Case by EthanAndersen Jan 30, 2013
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An iPhone 4s case that I designed in sketch up that snaps together for a tight fit. It provides great protection and is easy for customization. I made the back a little thick so it's very easy to emboss a custom logo and it makes for that thick secure feeling so you know your iPhone is protected. Also in sketch up the back is completely flat so all you have to do is basically trace a logo , paste it to the back, and use the Push/Pull tool.


Just print and have a great time people. If you do emboss run the stl. through a stl repairer @ http://cloud.netfabb.com/ before printing.

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Hmmm any suggestions on what dimension I should print this at?

How you complete the cover without using support?
The thing is that when im printing the last 10% of the cover, that it would be the upper holder lips, since there is no support, the lips falls or never get perfect.
The other solution would be printing the cover vertical, but I see everyone printte covers horizontal or fully laid down on the platform!

Any tips


try printing it directly on your phone

ya u either use support or print it vertically
it the only way but it u go vertical use a large brim or raft

Do you need supports?

Only if u print it laying down