There's just two parts for this project, the enclosure and cover. I added an extra stand just for propping up the screen. The case features a hole near the bottom center for inserting a tripod screw adapter (3/8" to 1/4") so you can mount it to any standard tripod


main enclosure. display is mounted to this part

no supports needed!


back cover of the enclosure. the battery, powerboost, display driver, and switch are mounted to this part.

supports? nope!


basic stand for propping up the display

needs supports for bridging the ribs

Slice Settings

I sliced the parts using CURA and Simplify3D. Both are great slicers, you'll have to adjust your slice settings in order to properly produce a tool path that is optimized for perimeters. The tolerances may slightly vary from printer to printer. 

Simplify 3D – Flashforge Creator Pro

  • Nozzle Diameter: 0.4mm
  • Extrusion Width: 0.48mm
  • Extrusion Multiplier: 100%
  • Extruder Temp: 220C
  • Infill: 20%
  • Bed: No heat (PrintInZ Build Surface)
  • Default Print Speed: 60mm/s
  • Travel Speed: 90mm/s

CURA – Ultimaker 2+

  • Nozzle Diameter: 0.4mm
  • Line Width: 0.5mm
  • Extruder Temp: 220C
  • Infill: 20%
  • Bed: 65C (Glass surface)
  • Default Printing Speed: 70mm/s
  • Travel Speed: 150mm/s

This guide was first published on May 31, 2017. It was last updated on May 31, 2017.

This page (3D Printing) was last updated on May 05, 2021.

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