3D Printing

What If I Don't Have A 3D Printer?

Not to worry! You can use a 3D printing service such as 3DHubs or MakeXYZ to have a local 3D printer operator 3D print and ship you parts to you. This is a great way to get your parts 3D printed by local makers. You could also try checking out your local Library or search for a Maker Space.

Project Enclosure Parts

The case and cover snap fit together. The ItsyBitsy board clips into the case with the microUSB facing the smaller opening. The push button is fitted over the post. The 3D printed button cover is fitted over the rubber part of the push button. The clip is press fitted into the back of the case.

trampoline-case.stl

Fits the ItsyBitsy and Push Button

Prints with no support

trampoline-cover.stl

Snap fits on top of the case

Prints with no support

trampoline-case-clip.stl

Snap fits onto the back of the case.

Prints with no support

trampoline-strip-clip.stl

Attaches to trampoline frame and hangs LEDs strip

Print 15 of these.

trampoline-button-cover.stl

Fits over rubber part of the push button. 

Prints with no support

Slice Settings

These parts have been tested and 3D printed on an Ultimaker 2+ and 3 using PLA filament. The parts were sliced using CURA 3.x with the following slice settings.

  • 220C extruder temp
  • 65c bed temp
  • 0.2 layer height
  • 0.38 line width
  • 2 Wall Line Count – 0.4 nozzle
  • 20% infill
  • 70mm/s print speed

3D Printed Parts

All of the parts are 3D printed with FDM type 3D printers using various colored filaments. All of the parts are separated into pieces to make 3D printing easier. Assembly is pretty easy and straight forward. Use the links below to download the STLs files.

Design Source Files

The enclosure assembly was designed in Fusion 360. This can be downloaded in different formats like STEP, SAT and more. Electronic components like the board, displays, connectors and more can be downloaded from our Fusion 360 CAD parts github repo.

This guide was first published on Apr 11, 2018. It was last updated on Apr 11, 2018. This page (3D Printing) was last updated on Sep 17, 2019.