I modified my basic protective case for the Google Pixel 2 with a hexagon cutout pattern, inspired by Screwyluie's XL design.
The case is designed for a secure snap fit around the corners, while still being relatively easy to remove. I've left wide cutouts around the power and volume buttons so they remain easily accessible, and a wider cutout around the USB C port to accommodate my USB C headphones' over-sized plug.
The case shell is 1.2mm thick
I've included STL, SLDPRT (SolidWorks) and STEP files of the design, at least one of which should be compatible with most CAD software for editing.
FolgerTech 2020 Prusia i3
I printed this in e-Sun PETg filament, 240C, bed with painter's tape at 60C. Printed at 100% scale, but shrinkage may vary from printer to printer and material to material, so please comment with any other settings that work.
This should be printed flat on its back for best results.
The case thickness is 1.2mm, so a .4mm nozzle works best.
Measured my new Pixel 2 with digital calipers. It took several design iterations before the slots lined up exactly on the camera and fingerprint reader, and several more before the fit was just right.