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iPhone 6 - Han Solo Case
by camchaney, published
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This is a Han Solo IPhone 6 case I made in Sketchup using Hangsta's case and Gianteye's Han Solo. I moved the arms a little bit down so that they won't break as easily.
Update: I separated the case into two parts so that you don't have to use supports.
Update: I added tolerances to the pieces so that they could fit together easier. I also split the separated model into two separate stl's.
Update: I updated the designs so that they will fit with my blank 3D Separable iPhone 6 Case. You can now also pick out a different outside piece style.
Update: I added a .3 mm tolerance as well.
- Print both pieces (the IS and OS) or print the full case with supports.
- Print the inside piece (IS) depending on how much tolerance you want: 0.1mm, 0.2mm, or 0.5mm tolerance. They files are labeled (disregard this step if you have printed the full case).
- Put the two pieces together so that Han Solo is on the outside (disregard this step also if you have printed the full case).
- Put your phone in and swag on in intergalactic peace!
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