Thursday, April 12, 2007
myPhone 2.0 Case comes off the 3D printer
More pictures of the latest myPhone 2.0 case design.
This version has a deeper case, and was printed at a simple angle, the previous attempt ended up warping, so I hope these changes will keep it flat. It also has a slot in the bottom end to take an iPod connector, which carries power, USB, stereo line level output etc. an antenna mounting hole at the top, and a retaining clip design to hold the LCD in place.
This contains 2.6 cubic inches of ABS plastic, and used 1.4 cubic inches of support material, which costs about $40 in materials and took 8 hours to print at Techshop.
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