BlackBerry Z10 Case

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BlackBerry Z10 Case by kingtut Apr 28, 2013

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Basic case with cross-hatch pattern on back for BlackBerry Z10.

Note that the case is quite tight, so you may wish to add a mm on length/width. I successfully printed with PLA on my Ultimaker, however I recommend using a soft/flexible plastic - getting the phone in/out of the case without cracking isn't always trivial. The case is sensitive to warping at corners, as the tolerances are rather tight.

If you want to change the pattern, I recommend making the change in the pattern() module.

No liability accepted for any damage to your phone.

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Thank you so much! Hopefully these measurements are what you are looking for.

Camera: (top:13mm, bottom:114, left:15mm, right:48mm) Camera and flash hole size(23mmX8mm)

Height 120 mm / 4.72 in
Width 66 mm / 2.59 in
Depth 10.8 mm / 0.42 in
Volume buttons: 30mm (27mm from top, 67mm from bottom)
usb jack: 9mm (25mm from top, 95mm from bottom)
audio jack hole: 4mm (10mm from left, 49mm from right)
power button on top: 12mmx3mm (centered)
sound on bottom: 19mmx3mm (centered)

Have you been thinking about doing a Blackberry Q5 anytime soon? :p

I'd be happy to do so, but don't have a Q5 to measure the necessary gaps etc from. I've a Q10, if anyone needs a case for that.

If you could send me the relevant dimensions, I'd be happy to try it. I'd need: length, width, height, the location of the center of the camera (measured from top/bottom and left/right side), then the sizes and locations of any necessary gaps. I can guesstimate from pictures etc online, but would be best if I could get accurate dimensions.

Yay my phone has a CASE!