Pocketchip Cover 2

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Summary This is the redesigned pocketchip cover. It is untested, but from the 1/4th test it looks to be in order. Make sure you follow the printing instructions below and keep a close eye on your printer. Print this at your risk, there are a lot of small, and detailed, parts. I would suggest having the lettered keys printed on a high end printer like a Stratasys printer, or by a profession printing company. A lot of people wanted a half cover case, however I feel @Paratyphi has already made a great one the link is below. With that being said I have made a similar button design to accompany his cover, here http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1790510, http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1686723. If you like what you print. Please consider Tipping as have gone through a lot of trouble, hours, and resources to make this design possible. Thanks again to the supporters. If there is any problems please pm with pictures and your concerns and I will do my best to correct them . To remove the cover stand Pocketchip on end, on a desk, with the front facing you. Put your fingers on the top clips and grip them both slightly pulling outward while giving it a little pull toward you, and it should pop right off. Print Settings Printer Brand: Printrbot Printer: Simple White Rafts: Doesn't Matter Supports: No Resolution: .2mm Infill: 100% Notes: Print the cover at .1 or 0.2mm layer height .8 mm shell thickness 25% infill is nice If you still have a tight fit with the buttons in the case. I suggest reprinting the cover at .4mm shell thickness at 100%infill. Print the Buttons and keys at .1 or .2mm layer height .4 mm shell thickness 100% infill The slower the better A raft may or may not be required , you know your printer best. I used a raft. Keep a close eye on your printer. There are a lot of small part, with detail. Print at your own risk. This is untested I will not be held responsible for printer problems, or broken Pocketchips. Post-Printing You may want to glue your keys into place. Put the case on from the bottom to the top The Keys follow a simple layout. Any key with 3 symbols on the left side of the key is a FN symbol and the right side is the shift symbol. Keys with 2 symbol the left is FN and the right is Primary character Also, if you write anything on the unlettered keys. I found using pencil to write it on and then spraying a coat of clear spray paint over it works well to keep what you have written from bleeding and wiping off

Design Files

File Size

PlainButtons.stl
1.54 MB
Pocketchipcover2.stl
1.6 MB
Letteredkeys.stl
741 KB
Unletteredkeysstl.stl
125 KB
ButtonsForKeys.stl
1.6 MB

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