Alright, the case is good to go. The final print is perfect, nothing left to revise... it's done! Tested it on the cartridge slots of all the 8-bit Atari's and it fits perfectly (including the 1200XL).
If you've got any bit of fingernail, the microSD card is easily removed and re-inserted (even with MY big mitts, I don't have trouble).
Here is the order link for those interested. There are two print options. 200 micron, and 100 micron (high resolution). The photos below are 100 micron. The cartridge shell works the same regardless of the print resolution you choose. The 100 micron print is twice the number of layers as the 200 micron, so you'll find that to be a much finer print. I only added a bit ($) to increase to high resolution (even though it takes twice as long to print)
FYI, my print time is 3.4 hours 200 microns, 7 hours 100 microns. I don't run my printer fast, and that ensures I get a quality print.
$20.00 USD + shipping for 200 microns, and an extra $6.95 to go to 100 microns. Of course I'll throw in the tool to open and close up the case (1.5mm hex key tool).
And, here are photos...
The cartridge case itself:
The board used to model the case around:
Working in an Atari 800XL
P.S. If you feel confident enough to pay me using "Friends and Family", then I can sell it directly to you and save you a few bucks on the shipping costs, otherwise the shipping costs from the shop stand. If this option interests you, then shoot me a PM rather than going through the shop.
Edited by COREi64, Sat Jun 23, 2018 8:50 PM.