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  • bosebuild commented on jhutchison's instructable Toad-ally Awesome Speaker1 year ago
    Toad-ally Awesome Speaker

    Hello!This is a great design! Can you upload the individual files for the legs so we could print them?Thanks!

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  • bosebuild commented on henrysnm's instructable Submarine1 year ago
    Submarine

    Hello!Thank you so much for your submission, this looks great! We have one minor change that we were hoping you could make so this design meets the contest criteria (currently, too many of the side panels have been modified). Could you make the top periscope panel into a silhouette cover? A silhouette cover is a very thin sheet that fits under the edges of the clips and gets held in place. Check out the question mark sides on the SUPER MARIO BrOSE design by Mr Make-It for a great example of a silhouette cover. Thank you for the time that you've put into this and we're excited to see any changes you make!

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  • Instructable Robot Wears the Bose Cube

    Hi there! This is a great design. Could you submit the top and bottom panels as separate .stl files so we could 3D print it? Thanks for your entry!

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  • bosebuild commented on henrysnm's instructable Friendly Dinosaurs1 year ago
    Friendly Dinosaurs

    One final request, We wanted to print the one with the hands raised and out but it's too big for our printer.We can slice it up to do this but would prefer to have a STP file (or IGES) to work with rather than an STL. Is it possible for you to upload a STP version of these?

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  • bosebuild commented on lonelyBlobby's instructable BOSEhand1 year ago
    BOSEhand

    Here are two images that show the Power cord on the back panel.I hope this helps.

    Here is a picture with the location of the power cord. I hope this helps you.

    Back panel

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  • bosebuild commented on keebie81's instructable Lego Compatible Panels1 year ago
    Lego Compatible Panels

    Hi there! This is a great design. Could you please submit the parts as .stl files? Thanks for your entry!

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  • bosebuild commented on SamM157's instructable BoseBuild Cube: WallMount1 year ago
    BoseBuild Cube: WallMount

    That looks great! Thank you for taking the time to resubmit the design.

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  • bosebuild commented on NoobNathan's instructable Sonic Spider1 year ago
    Sonic Spider

    Are you able to take the multiple files and zip them into on ZIP file and submit that? That is how others have sent multiple files.Or you can just spread them out a bit in your CAD program and export all of them together as one STL file with multiple parts and we can separate them later.

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  • bosebuild commented on worrad's instructable 1957 Chevy1 year ago
    1957 Chevy

    Worrad,I just want to thank you for your patience. I will be working with the Instructables team to try to figure out the issues we are experiencing with the comments. But I want to CONFIRM that I have received your Zip file and we have what we need to print out on our end. Truly thanks for your effort and contributions.

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  • bosebuild commented on NoobNathan's instructable Sonic Spider1 year ago
    Sonic Spider

    Hi there! Could you submit the side panels as individual .stl files? Thanks for your entry!

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  • bosebuild commented on gunencserif's instructable Excalibur on BOSEBuild1 year ago
    Excalibur on BOSEBuild

    Hi there! Could you submit the side panels as individual .stl files? Thanks for your entry!

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  • bosebuild commented on jlaake's instructable Monk Bose Cube1 year ago
    Monk Bose Cube

    Hi there! Can you submit the side panels as individual .stl files? Thanks for your entry!

    Hi there! Can you submit the side panels as individual .stl files? Thanks for your entry!

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  • bosebuild commented on pj200's instructable Big Ben BOSEBuild 1 year ago
    Big Ben BOSEBuild

    Hi there! This is a great design. We are looking to 3D print this and were wondering if you could submit the parts as separate .stl files. Thanks for your entry!

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  • bosebuild commented on JacobT77's instructable OctoBanger1 year ago
    OctoBanger

    Hi there! We are looking to 3D print this design and were wondering if you could submit the two side panels as separate .stl files. Thanks for your entry!

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  • bosebuild commented on TeamP2's instructable Atari Joystick Speaker1 year ago
    Atari Joystick Speaker

    Hello! This design looks great. We want to 3D print it ourselves and were wondering if you could submit the sides as individual .stl files. Thank you for your entry!

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  • bosebuild commented on SamM157's instructable BoseBuild Cube: WallMount1 year ago
    BoseBuild Cube: WallMount

    Hi there! We are looking to 3D print your design and were wondering how you intended for it to be assembled. In terms of 3D printing, it would be best if the design could be split into separate parts that can be assembled once they have printed. It would be great if you could submit this design as separate parts so we could try it ourselves! Thank you for your entry!

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  • bosebuild commented on YoseiI's instructable BoseBuildBot1 year ago
    BoseBuildBot

    Hi there! We love your design. We were wondering if you could add stoppers on the right and left arm part files so that it could securely hold the phone. Thanks for your entry!

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  • bosebuild commented on worrad's instructable 1957 Chevy1 year ago
    1957 Chevy

    Thanks. I have an STL File but it has all the parts in one assembly and I do not see the pins that hold on the bumper.I hid all the other parts and moved the bumper back. Here's what I see. Maybe I am not finding the updated files. Did you upload them to this instructables site as a zip?

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  • bosebuild commented on worrad's instructable 1957 Chevy1 year ago
    1957 Chevy

    Thank you for working on your design. Easiest is to take the multiple files for the different parts of your design and zip them in to one file that you can submit here at Instructables. Let me know if that can work. You will see others who have done that. Another approach is to spread them out in CAD so they are not touching each other, and export all the parts as one STL with all the parts in it and then upload it here. We can then isolate each one and save it out as a separate file. Looking forward to seeing the finished design. Nice work.

    ‚ÄčThank you for working on your design. Easiest is to take the multiple files for the different parts of your design and zip them in to one file that you can submit here at Instructables. Let me know if that can work. You will see others who have done that. Another approach is to spread them out in CAD so they are not touching each other, and export all the parts as one STL with all the parts in it and then upload it here. We can then isolate each one and save it out as a separate file. Looking forward to seeing the finished design. Nice work.

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  • bosebuild commented on worrad's instructable 1957 Chevy1 year ago
    1957 Chevy

    Love the concept and we would love to print this out here at BOSEbuild to get a sense for it in the real world. Do you mind helping us to break it down into individual part files to make printing and assembling easier?Ideally, there would be a left fin STL, a right fin STL, and a rear bumper STL.Even better, if there was a feature to each fin (like a round post) that the bumper would slide on to and a small amount of glue/epoxy to hold it all together - if needed.But happy if you can envision any other way to make it easier to print and assemble.

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  • bosebuild commented on jjnm5's instructable Bose-Ball1 year ago
    Bose-Ball

    Hi there! Great design. Could you submit the side panel as a .stl file so we could 3D print it? Thanks!

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  • bosebuild commented on Gabrielguzman's instructable BOSE Speaker Dude1 year ago
    BOSE Speaker Dude

    Can you please add to your submission an STL file of just the part to be 3D printed.We would love to print this out here and see it in real life.Thanks for your clever concept.

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  • bosebuild commented on Matlek's instructable Baby Elephant1 year ago
    Baby Elephant

    Thank you for the wonderful design. For some reason, the front panel and back panel files you submitted have the entire design in them. Could I trouble you to resubmit just the front and back panels as you initially tried - so that we can print your design out here at BOSEbuild?

    Thank you for the wonderful design. For some reason, the front panel and back panel files you submitted have the entire design in them. Could I trouble you to resubmit just the front and back panels as you initially tried - so that we can print your design out here at BOSEbuild?

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  • bosebuild commented on SebbeB1's instructable Bose Base Drop1 year ago
    Bose Base Drop

    Very elegant design. I wonder if I might ask for you to update your submission with the following:- The joint between the lowest part of the base and the sphere is a bit too delicate for a 3D printed part to support the Speaker Cube. Might you be able to modify the design to make that joint a bit more robust?- When you resubmit - could you also submit just the redesigned panel as a separate STL. In other words, add to the submission in a zip file, an STL of just the part to be 3D printed. Thank you. With that resubmitted, we would like to 3D print them here to take a look at them in real life.

    Very elegant design. I wonder if I might ask for you to update your submission with the following:- The joint between the lowest part of the base and the sphere is a bit too delicate for a 3D printed part to support the Speaker Cube. Might you be able to modify the design to make that joint a bit more robust?- When you resubmit - could you also submit just the redesigned panel as a separate STL. In other words, add to the submission in a zip file, an STL of just the part to be 3D printed. Thank you. With that resubmitted, we would like to 3D print them here to take a look at them in real life.

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  • bosebuild commented on pj200's instructable Telephone Booth BOSEBuild Speaker1 year ago
    Telephone Booth BOSEBuild Speaker

    We are trying to print out your design. Thank you for uploading the separate pieces. We have run in to two issues we are wondering if you would not mind taking a look at. For the Top Plate, your separate design has the Top dome attached to the panel with the panel flipped 180 degrees. The angled and ridged faces of the side panels should be pointed away from the top dome.The second issue applies to the bottom. Your design right now makes it impossible to clip the panel on as your design violates the safe space for the clips to grip. We wanted a 10mm clearance around the panels for any design element so the clips can work (see the enclosed picture).Keep a clear 1-centimeter (0.4-inch) border.Your 3D-printed parts need to attach to the Speaker Cube using the provided clips, so it is impor...

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    We are trying to print out your design. Thank you for uploading the separate pieces. We have run in to two issues we are wondering if you would not mind taking a look at. For the Top Plate, your separate design has the Top dome attached to the panel with the panel flipped 180 degrees. The angled and ridged faces of the side panels should be pointed away from the top dome.The second issue applies to the bottom. Your design right now makes it impossible to clip the panel on as your design violates the safe space for the clips to grip. We wanted a 10mm clearance around the panels for any design element so the clips can work (see the enclosed picture).Keep a clear 1-centimeter (0.4-inch) border.Your 3D-printed parts need to attach to the Speaker Cube using the provided clips, so it is important to keep the outermost 1-centimeter (0.4-inches) clear.Would you be able to take a look at this and modify your design a bit?Thanks! We really like your concept.

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  • bosebuild commented on lonelyBlobby's instructable BOSEhand1 year ago
    BOSEhand

    Thanks for the submission. We would love to print this here. Wondering if you have any ability to think through how this actually gets assembled and handles the power cable coming out of the back (the side opposite the speaker panel). If you have time/interest, we would love to see this design updated to think through the fit and assembly and we would then 3D print it here to get a feel for it in 3D. Thanks for the great concept.

    Thanks for the submission. We would love to print this here. Wondering if you have any ability to think through how this actually gets assembled and handles the power cable coming out of the back (the side opposite the speaker panel). If you have time/interest, we would love to see this design updated to think through the fit and assembly and we would then 3D print it here to get a feel for it in 3D. Thanks for the great concept.

    Thanks for the submission. We would love to print this here. Wondering if you have any ability to think through how this actually gets assembled and handles the power cable coming out of the back (the side opposite the speaker panel). If you have time/interest, we would love to see this design updated to think through the fit and assembly and we would then 3D print it here to get a feel for it in 3D. Thanks for the great concept.

    Would you be able to post the individual CAD of just the part to be 3D printed? And I am trying to think through how the power cable that comes out the back (in your design, into the palm of the hand) would work. If you have any ideas on that, would love to see them. Nice idea. Thanks for contributing it.

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  • bosebuild commented on AlexAndAmigos's instructable Sounds A-flying1 year ago
    Sounds A-flying

    Really clever concept. We would love to print this out in 3D on our end. Would you mind submitting an STL for just the top panel and botton panel without the rest of the cube? That way we can print a sample out and see it in real life.

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  • bosebuild commented on henrysnm's instructable Friendly Dinosaurs1 year ago
    Friendly Dinosaurs

    Hey, These look awesome. Would you mind uploading an STL with just the dinosaur character attached to the bottom panel only. We would love to print a sample of these and get a feel for it in 3D/ Thanks.

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