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Ledger HW1 Bitcoin Hardware Wallet Case

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Ledger HW1 Bitcoin Hardware Wallet Case by ohfudge Apr 21, 2017
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Summary

I wanted to make a protective case for my 'Ledger HW.1' bitcoin hardware wallet that was quick and easy to use. Since nobody else seems to have made a design for it, I figured I'd share mine.

Print Settings

Printer:

Vulcanus V1

Rafts:

Yes

Supports:

Yes

Resolution:

0.15

Infill:

30


Notes:

For the main body, you want the flat side to be facing the bed. For the 'slide', you want the largest flat side facing the bed, (the 2 rails should not be touching the bed, no supports needed for this part). For the 'pusher', the two obtrusions should be facing the bed (supports needed, see below).

You will only really need to use supports for the 'pusher'. Make sure none of the supports intersect with the stuff on the bottom of the 'pusher' that will interface with the Ledger hardware wallet.

If you get a lot of layer shifting when trying to print it all together, try printing the 'slide' separately. It's hard to print fast if you have a Nema-17 as your extruder on a direct drive extruder set-up.

Post-Printing

Assembly Step 1

Cut/sand the nub off the end of the Ledger that is leftover from snapping it out of the plastic sheet it came in (it's on the end that is opposite of the USB part).

Assembly Step 2

Put the pin on the pusher through the hole on the Ledger. The 'pusher'/Ledger combo should look like in the picture.

If you want, you can superglue the two together. It's not really necessary though.

Assembly Step 3

Slide the 'pusher'/Ledger into the rails, and all the way to the back of the case.

Assembly Step 4

Apply two small drops of superglue to the rails of the 'slide', then slide it into the rails of the case until it is flush with the outside of the case. You may need to push the tab of the pusher down in order to slide the 'slide' to where it needs to go.

Allow the superglue to dry, then slide the pusher back and forth a few times to break it in.

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