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Printy Boost cell phone charger using Adafruit Power Boost 500C and 1000C

by cyborg5 Sep 16, 2015
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Hey thanks for correcting the files! I made one and have three more on order through a 3D Hub. The windows actually worked out well for my make. Nice design Cyborg!

I've uploaded new versions of all the STL files today (12/18/2015). I'm sorry it took so long to diagnose and fix this. It was a scaling problem in the way that I would export the file from Blender. For reference… When exporting STL from Blender make sure that the "Scene Unit' box is unchecked.

I have deleted the older versions of the files. This is the first time I have ever had to re-upload file and I don't know if I was supposed to delete the old ones or not. Unfortunately that reset all the download counters which disappoints me. Anyone who knows how to fix that what the proper procedure is, please feel free to comment here. I'm kind new at this stuff.

Thanks for the fix! I'm making them today!

I tried using Tinkercad online to upscale it, but it doesn't have the scale range (can only scale up 4855%). Any chance you could fix these files soon? I'd really love to make one of these. Thanks.

I apologize for the problems people are having with these objects. The way in which they were exported from Blender 3D caused a 1000 times scaling error. If you're slicing software or other software that you have can scale an object, try scaling it by 1000 larger. I am currently preparing a new set of files that should correct the problem.

I have to second Pepperm's comment. Even scaling from one unit to another doesnt do it. It isnt a mm to inches thing. I'm specifically using the 1000c 6600mha versions. Please don't make me use Cura. I hate cura.

The scaling on these STL's is not right in that when I import them into Simplify3D they are tiny and I have no idea how big to make them. This makes them all but unusable. Could you correct or let me know how to scale them so that I can print please.

I'm sorry but I do not have Simplify 3D so I don't know how to scale the files. There has to be a way to do it in the program itself. I printed them using Cura 15.04 and they came out exactly the right size. The Lipo boxes are 103 mm long and the Liion boxes are 110 mm in the length direction.