These are the walls and handles for my SelfieBot project guide on the Adafruit Learning System. These parts are combined with three laser cut acrylic panels to make a case for a Raspberry Pi-powered selfie camera. The camera has an HDMI screen and thermal printer to print your selfies, Polaroid style.
For full build instructions, check out my guide on the Adafruit Learning System https://learn.adafruit.com/raspberry-pi-selfie-bot.
SelfieBot has two handles, and each handle has two parts (front and back). Print one each of the two handle files provided. Print the handles with supports.
The walls are too big to fit on the bed of most printers. Split into halves (or smaller) to fit on your printer. To attach the pieces after printing, I used epoxy glue.
Because these parts will be combined with laser cut parts, it is very important to calculate the shrinkage factor of your print material and scale the models up accordingly so that the parts will fit together. This can be done by creating a 2" cube in your CAD program, printing it, and then measuring your print.
I recommend scaling the walls up based on this shrinkage calculation before cutting the models into printable pieces.