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Thanks dirkvl, would you be able to export a version from SolidWorks in .stl format for the 3d printing folks?
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Originally Posted by rainisto View Post
Official 3D models will also be released soon. But this is great for people who dont want to wait
Thanks! Hopefully the models will include at least a marking in the points of the OH facing the i2c and power connectors.
 
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Updated with the usb-hole, 3.5-jack and the dimpels for the i2c connectors etc!
 

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Just 3d-printed a test version of the OH shape kindly provided by dirkvl.
The more I look at them the less I'm happy with the plastic clips that Jolla used to hold the OH.

To convert the file to a printable .stl I did the following:
- installed a free version of SolidWorks eDrawings
- loaded the .sldprt file and saved as .stl
- opened the result with netfabb-basic (free)
- scaled the part on all axis by a factor 1000.0
- rotated the part 90 degrees on X and on Z axis (so to have it flat, inner side up and with the long edge along the printbed width)
- saved the result and printed
 

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Originally Posted by minimos View Post
Just 3d-printed a test version of the OH shape kindly provided by dirkvl.
The more I look at them the less I'm happy with the plastic clips that Jolla used to hold the OH.

To convert the file to a printable .stl I did the following:
- installed a free version of SolidWorks eDrawings
- loaded the .sldprt file and saved as .stl
- opened the result with netfabb-basic (free)
- scaled the part on all axis by a factor 1000.0
- rotated the part 90 degrees on X and on Z axis (so to have it flat, inner side up and with the long edge along the printbed width)
- saved the result and printed
So, how well does your self-printed OH fit the Jolla?
As I see it, the clips hold up pretty decent in original OH's, but the material used by (at least da el-cheapo-)3D printers probably does not meet the strength of the original molded pieces...
 
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You maybe printed the first user made OH and no picture at all? Whats up??
 
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Originally Posted by CLRS530 View Post
You maybe printed the first user made OH and no picture at all? Whats up??
It won't be the first. Other people have been making them in Finland. https://twitter.com/unpixels/status/...180096/photo/1

 

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Originally Posted by minimos View Post
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To convert the file to a printable .stl I did the following:
- installed a free version of SolidWorks eDrawings
- loaded the .sldprt file and saved as .stl
...
Could you make the .stl file available somewhere?
 
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Originally Posted by bverheg View Post
Could you make the .stl file available somewhere?
Updated the original rar with a stl file!
 

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That blue is wonderously beautiful and also translucent! Nice!
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