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Steve Jobs iPhone 5 Case

by jdives, published

Steve Jobs iPhone 5 Case by jdives Apr 25, 2013

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Got some inspiration at the NYC 3D Printing Expo on April 22-23! Here we have generated a larger raised relief portrait of Steve using CyberExtruder's Aureus 3D Reliefmaker application. We then merged it with Thing 30973 (an iPhone 5 Case) and created this new iPhone 5 case.

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Using CyberExtruder's Aureus 3D Reliefmaker application we loaded in a picture and created this 50mm tall x 10mm thick raised relief portrait. We than loaded in the Thing 30973 iPhone 5 case and aligned them as we wanted and then merged them together. The resulting .stl is just an example of some of the cool ways makers can personalize their things.

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Did you release the Aureus 3D Relifemaker yet? Where can I bet this software?

I am very excited to get my hands on this software.

Awesome!
Question: do you mind further explaining how you merged them (name of software)?
Im still a newbie when it comes to designing my own Thing.
Your help is much appreciated!

I merged this in Aureus 3D Reliefmaker. I wanted to show how people can take a photograph and convert it to a raised relief portrait then add that relief to any other thing to personalize it. Reliefmaker will be released shortly-we're finishing up the last bits of code to release it in beta. We're also looking for 3D printer manufacturers who want to bundle this easy to use application with their hardware. Stay tuned.

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