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Apple Watch Cases

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Apple Watch Cases by gak_pdx Sep 10, 2014
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These are STL files of both the Apple Watches (38mm and 42mm case). They are derived from images on Apple's website, so they are not manufacturing ready (for any of you folks looking to make accessories). Modeled in SolidWorks.

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Apple.com website images into SolidWorks for sketching.
The Watch is actually pretty simple to model.

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Any chance there could be a strap design? I might pick up some ninjaflex or semi-flex to test out straps!

There is one that I saw when I searched for it that does not need Flexible Filament. I am printing one for a friend.

Thanks for this model. I used it to compare it with my pebble to find the right size for me. https://youtu.be/BZdObHawe-8

Thanks for providing this model file!

The model comes into Makerbot standing up vertically. Do you recommend printing it standing up, or face down?

I'm printing it standing up vertically and it looks great!

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