Iphone4 case

by wjrudo, published

Iphone4 case by wjrudo Jan 7, 2011

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I wanted a good cover for my phone that didn't cost $40-$50. It's a little bigger than the standard case at 2.75 x 5 x .625, but I've got big hands and it works well for me. It's got all the camera, switch and sensor holes with plenty of room for your fingers. I would say it provides great protection for the phone. I printed it on a Stratasys Dimension on the fine setting. I would say that you would need to make this on a machine with support media.


You will need 19 2-56 SHCS (Socket Head Cap Screws)

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This looks good. It looks like the one I posted last year for the contest. Keep up the good work I will print it out soon

awesome :) got a picture?

Picture Posted. Thanks

How do you keep it on the phone? Does it snap together?

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I think I posted a reply to this already, but, 19, 2-56 Socket Head Cap Screws hold it together. When I made this on the Stratasys, the (threaded holes) were just printed .010 undersized and the bolts just threaded is no problem. You may get different results on another machine. Again, use a machine with support.