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Hey everyone, I was curious if anyone has modeled a dust cover for the Jaguar cartridge slot, and would share the .STL?

 

I'd much prefer printing my own, over buying them on etsy, but none are available on thingiverse.

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2 hours ago, walter_J64bit said:

Is that y2k compliant?

I think so.

I'll have to check with my tech guys and get back to you.

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Am I doing it wrong by just keeping a cart in the slot?  Should I also get one of these hi-tech pieces of cardboard?

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Thinking about doing a "Limited Edition Cartboard Slot Cover" if Gummy isn't up for it. Interest Check?

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As long as I have a cardboard box for my cardboard slip, I don't want it getting dusty.  Any chance we can get a manual too describing how to use it?

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48 minutes ago, Stage_1_Boss said:

As long as I have a cardboard box for my cardboard slip, I don't want it getting dusty.  Any chance we can get a manual too describing how to use it?

Of course! I would not want anyone installing this high-tech item improperly. 

 

I have run the numbers, and if I re-use an old Amazon Prime box, I should be able to produce these for next to nothing. I would need at least 3 pre-orders to green-light the project!

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On 10/26/2019 at 12:59 PM, Gummy Bear said:

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Please add me to the wait list. 

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On 10/26/2019 at 6:59 PM, Knuxie said:

Buy guys, how can I justify owning this bootleg printer?! 😂

 

Why don't you model the object yourself and then make it public access?

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On 10/28/2019 at 12:10 PM, Bratwurst said:

 

Why don't you model the object yourself and then make it public access?

I could try. Would be my first time trying to model something. I'll give it a whirl 

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I can do it. I'm on the roll right now.

 

P.S. Something like this?

 

jag-cover.jpg

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Been using a little piece of foam since the '90s.  Also cut one for the 7800 back then.

 

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That proposed 3D printed plastic slot cover looks nice.

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I need to print one first to see if it fits, then readjust.

 

Personally, I keep my Jaguar in a generic box, seems to be working fine (no excessive dust accumulation).

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1 hour ago, amiman99 said:

I can do it. I'm on the roll right now.

 

P.S. Something like this?

 

jag-cover.jpg

 

Is that the bottom? Gotta have "Jaguar" or the Atari symbol on top!

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Yes, it's up side down.

"Jaguar" is possible, Atari symbol, I'm not sure. Atari corp is sue happy.

Some printers have a hard time printing complex first layer, so any writing may cause some challenges in printing.

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3 hours ago, amiman99 said:

I can do it. I'm on the roll right now.

 

P.S. Something like this?

 

jag-cover.jpg

This would be phenomenal!

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I printed some Amiibo stands with the printing down and it turned out really nice. The Jaguar should look great!

 

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Those stand-offs are not solid when printed, one side broke. I need a different way to secure the cover. Probably using the sides.

To prevent scratching it would be better to use flexible filament.

 

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