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Glass privacy cover

by rweaving, published

Glass privacy cover by rweaving May 30, 2013
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Glass privacy cover by rweaving is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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This is made to cover the camera and display in a glass device. You can still see the display through the back.

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I had a local shop print this out last night and it turned out okay, but it didn't go fully around. Any ideas on why it ended up looking like this? https://plus.google.com/103010883753664902066/posts/R2fn7tdtnBmhttps://plus.google.com/103010...

It looks like they did not rotate the object so the flat piece is on the build surface.

Glass Explorer here... I would love a version of this that doesn't block the display.

Your .stl is not manifold, by the by.

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