Let's just say I've come along way since the inception of this case. I've decided I'm going to give away this update for free. I've added a lip to to the case to better keep hold of the device during drops and accidents. I've tested this for awhile and just want everyone else to enjoy!
My name is Thomas Jackson and I've been wanting to share something free with the world for sometime. This case is meant to fix some of the ergonomic issues of holding the iPhone 6.
While the iPhone 6 build quality is fantastic, the ergonomics of day to day use without a case seems impractical. Something I abhor in general is covering up mobiles with clunky cases. The point of this case is to see how far we can go in the exact opposite direction.
How thin, light and yet strong can we make a case? I hope all my 3D modeling brethren will take up this challenge and build more designs that push the boundaries of said notion.
I absolutely love this community and very humbled by the amazing designers, 3D modelers and engineers within.
Please feel free to post feedback, critiques for future versions or remixes of your own.
Open source is where it's at... let's show them why.
Now for SALE @ Shapeaways - http://www.shapeways.com/model/2752601/iphone-6-minimal-case.html (Improved Interior Fitting, Added Structural Integrity, Card Slot.)
Number of Shells: 2
Build Plate: 70 degrees (Makerbot2X)
*Pretty much standard settings... I use heat on the 2X but should be fine to print on non-heated beds, just haven't tested yet.