New revision of the plastic parts needed for a foamboard Solidoodle case cover.
The handle part is obsolete and has been replaced with the combination of the frontplate and backplate parts.
The new footplate part can be used instead of cutting notches in the bottom of the foam board.
More info available at http://home.comcast.net/~tomhorsley/hardware/solidoodle/solidoodle-case2.html
For each side of the Solidoodle you need to print two of the roundclip.stl parts (which will squeeze onto the bottom left and right of the Solidoodle case opening).
The handle.stl part is obsolete, I now like the combination of the new backplate.stl and frontplate.stl parts. Cut a 15mm square hole in the top of the foamboard so the magnet will stick to the top part of the case when the backplate is inserted in the square hole. Glue the frontplate to the other side of the foamboard where the square come through so the foamboard is sandwiched between the two parts.
You can either cut notches in the bottom of the foamboard so it sits centered in the roundclip parts, or you can print 2 of the footplate.stl parts and glue them to the bottom of the foamboard to hold it centered between the clips.
For additional sealing power, stick small weatherstrip pieces to the inside of the foamboard so they seal the gaps at the edges.