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Old 23 May 2018, 19:45   #41
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Yeah I read that, but it is kind of confusing, doesn't really recommend one tool over the other!
From what I read there, I downloaded Meshmixer. Seemed like the one most suited to work with models related to 3D printing.

I will hopefully get to progress some with this and make a cover I can share with everybody! The main problem in my mind right now is that -several- revisions of the kipper adapter have been made, and mine is bigger/different shape than the one you sold. I wanna see if there's a lid I can make that covers all.
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Old 23 May 2018, 19:48   #42
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I wanna see if there's a lid I can make that covers all.
That might be pretty tricky if the DB23 connector has moved etc
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That might be pretty tricky if the DB23 connector has moved etc
Indeed it has, mine even has a (useless) SCART connector and thePS/2 connector (also useless) is located elsewhere, and the PIC is smaller

But I think if you leave the top exposed, you can still cover the rest, provide stability and prevent accidental shortages.

I can only try. If all fails, I'll make two versions.
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kgc2010, I have no idea what you'd use to open those files, extension is STL, any ideas? Would indeed be a good starting point, at least to get the measures to the case right.

Just to chime in here, I used Blender to make rudimentary edits to the STL files Jim Drew put up for the Wimidem232 and was able to print the results with little issue.

Took about 10 mins to come to grips with the editor, but it makes sense after a bit.
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