This little HP85 might not be as big as the original, but it keeps all the appeal - one might say it has more (look how cute the little guy is!) 2" long and includes non-functioning printer (just like the real thing after six months).
Designed on Win8 using OpenSCAD (because we are that hard-core).
FUN FACT: printout.pdf is actual HP85 BASIC code. Get a magnifying glass if you don't believe me.
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- Print body.stl and keys_wht.stl in white plastic, then spray body.stl light grey.
- Print the other STLs (one of each) in black
- Paint the block of two keys (from keys_wht.stl) orange
- Glue face.stl into the indentation in the body
- Stick the screenshot sticker into the gap in the face
- Glue screenframe carefully over the screen sticker
- Glue the keyboard parts into the body as shown in the photo
- Stick the HP-85 branding sticker to the bottom left edge of the keyboard
- Cut out one of the printouts (printout.pdf) and carefully superglue it to the printer slot at the top of the machine
- Finally wrap the tape sticker around tape.stl