3d modeled plastic enclosure for the Hackaday Superconference 2019 Badge.
Supercon is over.
I had to enter the badge enclosure in the "hardware" category, for lack of a better category, and so didn't win a damned thing.
Man, I worked so hard on this! I worked for a week and a half, and then each night until 6am. Each day I'd wake up after 4 hours of sleep and then still have 2 hours of time waiting for the 3d printer before I could run off to the show, which meant I missed all of the mornings and didn't arrive until 1pm or later (5:30 on Friday).
Now that the show is over, probably nobody will ever touch this badge again, since they aren't for sale or anything.
Perhaps this was not a good use of my time.
For completeness sake, I made some last adjustments to the model to help the buttons to not bind. I'm not going to bother to print it.
It's all on GitHub. Go get it if you care.
Here are pictures of the next to final version.
Google photos gallery has been created here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/tGLCEPBM3SSWh1JEA
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Just need the cartridge door and actually transparent versions of all of the light pipes. Printing now...
I created a GitHub repository with all of the files here:
I haven't been to the con yet to pick up my badge, but I'll update the files as soon as I get a chance to check them!