This case is designed for the Motorola (Lenovo) Moto G5. It has two cutouts on the back, for the camera bump and for the Motorola logo. On the side, it has a cutout for the volume key buttons and lock button and, on the bottom, it has a cutout for the charging port and the audio jack. If printed properly, it should snap nicely in, like a normal commercial case.
NOTICE: Unlike what you see on the photos, the 3D model has also a cutout on the back for the noise canceling microphone. I noticed the mistake only after printing the first case. I will update the post with new pictures soon.
Please note that this case is for the G5 Plus, NOT for the G5. Sorry for my error.
Preferably, print it with soft, flexible materials like ABS, PETG, TPU or BDP (as the one in the pictures). You can also try PLA, but you might break it when trying to squeeze the phone in and out of the case.
Use the mouse-ears model for materials with warping potential. Cut them away with a cutter-knife after you remove the print from the build platform.
I designed it based on my personal measurements of the Moto G5 and I would estimate an average measurement error of ca. 0.5 mm (on the corner fillets). Still, all the cutouts seem to allign perfectly and it clips really nicely around the phone.
The case is designed to be squeezed over the phone like regular, commercial cases.
The pattern on the back draws inspiration from 3D-like patterns, usually associated with 3D printing... and it looks COOL!
Also, a really great advantage is that the phone sits much nicer in the hand and is not as slippery as without the case... so, with this one, you get both prevention and protection;)