Mini Atari 800XL with Atari 1050 disk drive

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Mini Atari 800XL with Atari 1050 disk drive by RabbitEngineering May 4, 2014


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It was the best selling Atari 8 bit computer, and imagine how many more they would have made if they could just print them out! Be sure to print out not just this 2" 800XL, but also the 1050 drive to go with it.

More info here: http://davenunez.wordpress.com/2014/05/03/mini-atari-800xl-with-1050-disk-drive/


No need to use supports - just lay the parts flat to print.

  1. Print machinebody.stl and diskbody.stl in white plastic, and spray them that weird light tan 80s computer color.
  2. Print diskface.stl and keyboard.stl in black plastic.
  3. Glue the keyboard to machine body (using superglue)
  4. Glue diskface to diskbody (on the flat face)
  5. Print stickers.pdf on adhesive paper, cut out he stickers and stick 'em on!

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Awesome! I had a Atari 600XL which looks exactly the same, but is a bit shorter. Can you model that as well? ;-)

what exact filament brand&color do you use for the machinebody/diskbody?

This was also my first computer. Made me smile seeing this 3d model! :)

This was one of my first computers my dad gave me when I was a kid. I think I'm going to have to send him one of these for his birthday. Good work!

I've got a couple of these and a huge pile of 5.25" floppies loaded with pirated games! I have a brand new 130XE in the box.. I loved these computers when I was a kid back in the 80's.