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Mini Texas Instruments TI-99/4A

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Mini Texas Instruments TI-99/4A by RabbitEngineering Dec 29, 2014

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16 bit home computing didn't get much respect when it first appeared in this metal monster, but it was a great computer nonetheless. If you missed this moment in computer history you can relive it (in a small way) by printing your own Ti-99/4A!

Too lazy to print your own? Buy one all printed and painted up at our store http://store.rabbitengineering.com

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Print bottom.stl in black, and top.stl either in silver, or in white and them spray it silver. Print out stickers.pdf onto some transparent sticker paper, and apply the stickers as shown in the photograph!

You will need supports on top.stl to get it to print right.

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Awesome, thank you for the stl. Although, I might need to added a few more pieces, to get the full set (http://www.mainbyte.com/ti99/computers/ti994a.html) :) btw what scale is this?

I wasn't working to a strict scale - it's 50mm wide.

Thank you, and thank you for the design

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Mine too! Such sweets moments!

Amazing. Also my first computer in 1982.

I like the fact that you split it in 2 part so we can paint it :D

This is awesome. My first computer as well.

Ahhh, brings back the memories of my first computer.... :) Great item, thanks for creating this! Can't wait to print. BTW, is there a PDF missing for the stickers?

Oops my bad - they are uploaded now.

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