It's like a bigger thing, but smaller....
- Jul 12, 2017
- Queensland, Australia
Sure, if the printer is big enough. This takes up the entire 250mm width of a Prusa Mk3.This looks awesome! While this is looking pretty far into the future, do you think that the case could be printed on a resin printer? I can only imagine how beautiful it would look in resin...
Having the screen higher will give it a massive chin, having it lower will give it a massive forehead, having it center makes the most sense. I do also plan to release a 4:3 version.This is awesome, the silver make it look really OG.
I think that having the screen higher(like on top) would look/feel better.
Also, where is the start button? (maybe it is already in the top/bottom, but since I'm nearly in the end of my project and I still forgot to put it I wanted to point it out).
I'm still really curious to see how yours turns out. Be sure to keep updating your worklog.This looks nice!! I think you might have me beat especially since mine melted in the sun lol Great work!! Can’t wait to see it in action!!
I definitely plan too!! I think it’s really interesting how they look so alike. I Don’t know if you released any teasers b4 but I haven’t touched the forms in years. Great minds think alike I guessI'm still really curious to see how yours turns out. Be sure to keep updating your worklog.
It wasn't too bad, it took around 20mins and I only lost a single drop of blood.Cutting through support material be like trying to get through the thorn forest to reach Sleeping Beauty
Looking at this made me realise I've been printing my support requiring cases the wrong way aroundIt wasn't too bad, it took around 20mins and I only lost a single drop of blood.
With a little bit of sanding around the edges the front and back sit together quite well around the lip.
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Tell that fukken stork to hurry his ass upDirect Drive has finally arrived...but I'm also not far off waiting for a Baby to arrive so I may not get around to finishing this project until early next year.