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#11
Originally Posted by minimos View Post
Sharp "memory LCD"
I have had to check this out for another project, but no time... Tinkering Jolla has taken it all.
 
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#12
Can't wait to have screen on TOH.
Good Job.
When finished I'll be the first to order one!!!
Thanks.
 
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#14
Helkutin kuuli projekti.

Get some sleep and post pic of the finished printout.
 
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#15
quick-test-print complete. It doesn't fit. (Modified version of this http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=92090)
Not deep enough, camera hole is few tenths too close to the top edge.
Have to modify and reprint later.



(sorry, pic taken with iPotato)
 

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Cool stuff, this is what I call hacking
 

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Originally Posted by kimmoli View Post
quick-test-print complete. It doesn't fit. (Modified version of this http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=92090)
Not deep enough, camera hole is few tenths too close to the top edge.
Have to modify and reprint later.

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-7...no/toholed.jpg

(sorry, pic taken with iPotato)
Just wondering if the plastic from your printer is otherwise sturdy enough for OH?

I mean, if you needed to do fair amount of switching between other halfs. Do the usual 3D printer materials stand lot of wear and tear?
 
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#18
Nice!
Q1: How the thickness, do you need some extra mm to accomodate the screen?
Q2: Do you have still the display connected to the i2c contacts with wires & scotchtape, or did you use some springy removable contacts?
 
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#19
this community is the most hard core mobile community that i know of. easily beats the hackers in the android, ios and windows phone camps!
 

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#20
Originally Posted by Rauha View Post
Just wondering if the plastic from your printer is otherwise sturdy enough for OH?

I mean, if you needed to do fair amount of switching between other halfs. Do the usual 3D printer materials stand lot of wear and tear?
Nah. this printer uses crappy PLA which is ok for prototyping.
There are materials that could be used (and printed at home) but intention is to order this from internet when finished e.g. from shapeways.
 
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