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Albertolr1998

3ds cartridge holder (3ds case)

by Albertolr1998 Jan 1, 2018
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Hello. I wanted to let you know that someone on Etsy is selling your design. They are using your pictures and not respecting your non-commercial license. If you have a moment please scroll to the bottom of this link and report this to Etsy.
https://www.etsy.com/listing/663916086/3ds-ds-3d-printed-cartridge-holder-12?ref=shop_home_active_7

Hi, Iceytee. Thank you so much for reported it to me. At the time I entered the webpage, my design was no longer available. I'm grateful for you taking the time to tell it to me cause I want my thing to be free for everyone. :)

I think his store got taken down by Etsy due to too many complaints. :)

They have re-uploaded my design so I have made a complain to the page due to the non-commercial license :(

Where? Did he make a new store?

I´ve talk with the webpage and they agree to quit my design. Thank you for your time :)

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I'm going to try printing this soon. I'm new at this, so I'm sure this is a dumb question, but why is the cartridge holder a separate file from the boxes themselves? Is it just for the sake of being able to use different colors?

I know I could join them in my editor; I'm just curious.

It isn't a dumb question. The reason of being separated it's because I print the green part in flexible filament. I suppose that you could print both parts together in one solid piece.
In any case, comment all your doubts and I Will try yo solve them. If you have any trouble due to the designe, comment and I would try to fix It as soon as possible.
:)

Thanks! :) That makes total sense.

I don't think my printer is capable of printing with flexible filament. Do you think the inner part will work with regular PLA, without it being flexible? If not, I can probably trim some edges to make it work, but just wanted your opinion.

You should investigate about tour printer, i have an Anet A8 (a low budget printer) and with a few modifications It prints nicely with flexible material. I think It may work using just regular pla. I Hope you get a good result. It would be nice yo see a photo of your print when you finish It. ;)