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iPad Mini Amp

by Gromfrog, published

iPad Mini Amp by Gromfrog Mar 7, 2013
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Is your iPad Mini too quiet for you? Just print out or buy this attachment that increases your iPad Mini's volume.
[Update :: 18:02 GMT 20th March 2013] We have made a change to the design so it fits better. We have removed the holes on the corners which made it easier to attach but after some testing it was causing it to fall off. We have kept the previous version if you would still like to print that one.

Buy one in 6 different colours here: http://www.shapeways.com/model/960761/ipad-mini-amp-repaired.html

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Print with low infill/ support and raft

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Tonight we are starting work on a super low cost version that is small but still works

Printing this now for my Black iPad Mini.

Made your honeycomb iPhone design, any suggestions for a newbie designing his own iPhone 5 case in SW?

Hi Dfwyer, sorry for the delayed reply your comment did not appear in my dashboard. I suggest using the Apple Design guidelines. Just search google for Apple Case design guidlines and find the product your wish to make a case for. I have seen your iAmp and Honeycomb case and they look great.

Thanks
Ryan

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