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Dan posted:

In decent condition, only a few patches of rust, will take £10 for it.



Not sure how to post something this big so collection only from Poole unless you want to arrange your own courier?
posted on: 27/06/2013 17:52:14

Jadodide posted:

Still for sale? Il take it if the post price is quite low
posted on: 29/04/2014 19:29:13

Dan posted:

Hi,

Sorry this was sold some time ago.  The postage for these is quite high because of the size.
posted on: 29/04/2014 20:14:32

Jadodide posted:

Ok thanks. Also would it be possible to 3d print a pod case for me as there isnt anything where the pod should be! Thanks
posted on: 30/04/2014 17:16:46

Dan posted:

[quote=Jadodide;3134]Ok thanks. Also would it be possible to 3d print a pod case for me as there isnt anything where the pod should be! Thanks[/quote]

Hi Jadodide,

Yep it should be possible to do a pod case put to be honest I don't think there would be much demand for them as they're not much use without the electronics that go inside.
posted on: 30/04/2014 18:52:16

Jadodide posted:

Yea thanks I know but Its my first c5 and I want it to look compleat inside and out. Its just for show to be honest
posted on: 01/05/2014 21:17:54

Jadodide posted:

How much would a 3d printed pod case be anyway? Thanks
posted on: 01/05/2014 21:22:56

Dan posted:

[quote=Jadodide;3163]How much would a 3d printed pod case be anyway?
Thanks[/quote]

I would charge about £10 for a full pod case. 3D printers are not cheap and their time is not cheap either thus prices are based on the amount of time taken to print it and also the amount of plastic needed. To print something this big using one of the many 3d printing services would cost a fortune.

Like I said earlier, without the electronics to go inside its not much use and is not financially viable to make them. I have not even designed one, and the design process is whole separate issue (it takes a long time) for something as detailed as a pod case
posted on: 02/05/2014 05:37:27

Jadodide posted:

Ok. What about an xpod case. Ive got a little screen that might fit in there and an auduino board.
posted on: 02/05/2014 07:01:41

Dan posted:

[quote=Jadodide;3166]Ok. What about an xpod case. Ive got a little screen that might fit in there and an auduino board.[/quote]

The x-pod case is £8, this is optimised to fit the sainsmart screen/shield/arduino mega. If you can fit your arduino/screen in there it will be great.  What does your arduino.screen do?
posted on: 06/05/2014 17:02:35