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Nano to micro sim card adapter

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Nano to micro sim card adapter by patmik Apr 4, 2013
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I use it to be able to insert the nano sim from my iPhone 5 into an iPhone 4.

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I printed the adapter on an Ultimaker. It fits nicely inside an iPhone 4 and works fine for me. If you run into problems you can try to modify the openscad file.

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Thank you so much!!
It just saved my day

Wow my daughter cracked her screen on her Iphone 5 and all we had for a back up was the Iphone 4 and your adapter saved the day! Great job and it worked perfectly.

Made one and it worked great! My girlfriend is super thankful because we couldn't get one locally.

printed perfectly for me. PLA, .15 layer height

After a little adjustment to my Z axis offset I was able to print one on a da Vinci Jr without issue.

Works great :-) Thanks. I layed down my glue stick and then put a piece of clear packing tape (adhesive side up) on the glue so the piece printed directly onto the tape.

I dont know why but I cant get this to slice properly. The first layer is just an "L" (half of the shape). this screws up any further layers. Has anyone had this issue?

Jan 24, 2015 - Modified Jan 24, 2015
patmik - in reply to ssshake

Just tried to slice it in cura, what I usually use. For me, it works fine. Can you try to set thinner walls? Maybe the left wall is too thin for your slicer?

works quite nicely! thanks!

Thank you. I owe you a pint. (or liter) :)

thanks for making this. Had purchased one in the past but now I can have as many as I like.

Cheers.

This is fantastic, nice work!

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